The two injured twins discharged at the L’Aquila kindergarten: even the three children hospitalized in Rome are finally better
Six days have passed since that damned afternoon in which little Tommaso D’Agostino, aged 4, lost his life in the terrible accident that happened in the May Day nursery in L’Aquila. Together with him, 5 others had been hit childrenwho have struggled and are struggling with all their strength to recover and return to their families.
A drama from which it will be difficult to recover for all the citizens of L’Aquila and Abruzzo. It will be impossible, however, to recover for two families. That of little Tommaso, the only victim of the tragedy, and that of the woman who owns the car who, accidentally unleashed by her 12-year-old son, crashed right into the kindergarten courtyard.
Immediately after the accident, the engine started rescue car for all the children involved. In addition to Thomas, five other minors, all under the age of 5, ended up in hospital in more or less serious conditions. But how are those children today?
Three children discharged from the hospital
All 5 injured children were transported with extreme urgency to the pediatric ward of the San Salvatore hospital in L’Aquila. Two of them, two twinsremained in the hospital in L’Aquila, where the doctors assisted them in the best possible way.
Fortunately, both of them are better today and they have been discharged. They will still be followed by doctors with the necessary home therapies, until a complete recovery, but they were able to return home, in the arms of their family.
For the other three much more was feared. So much so that in the late afternoon of the same day of the accident they were urgently transferred to the Gemelli Polyclinic in Rome.
Among them there are two little girls, both 4 years old, who sustained the worst injuries. Their conditions, initially desperate, would seem to be constantly improving and both are yesterday get out of intensive care. It will take a few more days before they can leave the hospital and go home, but there is optimism.
The third transported to the Roman hospital is a childalso 4 years old, which yesterday was resigned and was finally able to return to L’Aquila.
In the meantime, the investigations of the investigators continue. As is known, the woman who owns the Passat involved in the accident is under investigation for street murder. The investigations also involve the school and you will have to understand if the safety rules were respected or not.