Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Efforts to recover missing ILVA worker suspended in Italy


Taranto, November 29 - Efforts to recover the body
of a 29-year-old crane operator working at the troubled ILVA
steelworks in the southern port city of Taranto were temporarily
suspended on Thursday due to rough seas.
Francesco Zaccaria went missing on Wednesday morning after
a tornado blew the crane he was working on into the company
Divers were unable to establish even whether his body was
inside the crane cab on the seabed, which was obscured by
The cab is due to be lifted out of the water at some point
but it is not clear when this will happen.
A colleague reported that Zaccaria was outside the cab when
the tornado struck, meaning that his body could have been
carried some distance.
The ILVA plant is at the centre of a bitter legal and
political dispute over the need to balance job security with
health and environmental concerns.
In July a local investigating judge ordered the partial
closure of the site to allow environmental upgrades to be made,
sparking protests from company representatives, workers and the
Steel and semi-finished products have since been seized and
seven top managers placed under arrest as part of a corruption
probe in a move that company sources said would lead to the
"almost immediate" closure of the plant.
ILVA and the government have been trying to keep the plant
in operation while remedial measures are carried out.

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