Over 500 people who were forced to leave their homes following the disaster in Genoa still don’t know if they will ever be allowed to return home.
Anna Rita Certo was one of them.
Forty-three people died after a section of the bridge fell on August 14. The disaster was described as the worst tragedies in modern Italian history.
Four months ago, the city’s main motorway bridge collapsed – killing 43 people and leaving many of those who lived in the vicinity homeless.
The renowned Genoan architect Renzo Piano works' include the London Shard, the Pompidou centre in Paris and the Whitney Museum in New York.
The tragedy killed 43 people highlighting the poor state of Italy's infrastructure, much of it built in the 1950s and 60s
Following the collapse of a bridge in Genoa last month, experts worry about the stability of other European bridges
Prosecutors have put Autostrade executives under investigation over the deadly Genoa bridge collapse, say local media reports.
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Renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano has offered to help design a new Genoa bridge to replace the one that collapsed, killing 43 people.
The regional governor of Liguria handed keys to some of the families who have still been unable to retrieve their belongings from their damaged houses.
When the Morandi Bridge collapsed in Genoa, the moment was caught on various CCTV cameras.
Engineers investigating the Genoa bridge collapse say a combination of factors could have caused the fall including a huge increase in traffic
Authorities in Genoa have called off the search for survivors after the death toll from the bridge collapse rose to 43. Highway operator Autostrade made money available today for families, but the company CEO refused to apologize or accept blame for the incident.
It's after all missing people have been recovered. The operation will focus on collecting evidence for the investigation
The search operation for those missing in the Genoa bridge disaster has ended, with the final death toll resting at 43.
Italy mourned 19 of the 43 people killed after a bridge collapsed in Genoa on Tuesday.
The Italian toll-road operator will use funds it's set aside for a disaster recovery mounting to around €500 million. The funds will also help bereaved families and people who had to leave their homes close to the bridge
Italy mourns the victims of the collapse of the motorway bridge in the northern city. Some of the victims' families boycotted the event and held their own private services, as a protest against the state and others grieved in private
Italy's populist ruling coalition showed a united front in its push to revoke concessions held by Autostrade per l'Italia to operate toll highways after a bridge it managed collapsed this week, killing 41 people.
Survivors and witnesses of Tuesday's bridge collapse recount their experiences in vivid detail.
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Did the EU's fiscal rules contribute to the Genoa bridge collapse? Or does the buck stop with the Italian government?
Hours after a section of one of the main roads linking France to Italy collapsed, at least 39 people have been confirmed dead as of Wednesday afternoon.
Bridge lay at heart of Italian transport network
Every day, nearly 5 million motorists pass through 3.020 km of Italy's motorway network. One of the key roads in this network is the A10, which crossed through Genoa via the Morandi Bridge. Yesterday, a section of the bridge collapsed leaving at least 35 people dead with 15 more seriously injured.
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Davide Di Giorgio caught the moment a motorway bridge in Genoa collapsed, killing dozens, as he was shooting a video to send to his parents.
"It was like a film," he told Euronews.