Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

Surgeon treating injured Carabiniere 'moderately optimistic'


Rome, April 29 - The neurosurgeon treating Giuseppe
Giangrande, a Carabinieri police officer shot while Italy's new
government was being sworn in Sunday, said his team was
"moderately optimistic" about his patient's condition.
"We are moderately optimistic, the patient in some way is
interacting. The indications are that there is a reaction,"
Amalia Allocca, an Umberto I Hospital director said.
Allocca didn't make any forecasts on how much mobility
50-year-old Giangrande, who suffered damage to his spinal cord
after being shot in the neck, might recover.
"For now the neurological condition isn't measurable,"
Allocca said.
Another policemen was also shot and suffered less serious
leg injuries in the incident that took place near the premier's
office in central Rome, about a kilometre from the presidential
palace where the swearing-in was taking place.
Prosecutors said Luigi Preiti, a 49-year-old from the
southern town of Rosarno, confessed to wanting to shoot
politicians he blamed for his personal plight, after the loss of
his job and the breakdown of his marriage.

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