A story that, although it took place in 2014, still causes discussion and means that the case is still open. On April 11 of that year, Alessio Quaini aged just 14, he died of a heart attack while on a school trip. According to the prosecution, despite the child having a certified pathology, his death still has a responsible person, recognizable in the teacher who had to look after him.
A news story that had already shocked everyone in 2014 and that today, 8 years later, still makes argue.
It was the 11th of April 2014 and the class that Alessio attended was on a trip to Villanuova Sul Clisi. While the kids were visiting the Town Hall, the boy who was almost 14 then collapsed to the ground and died of a cardiac arrest that left him no way out.
Alessio was sick from birthbut the prosecution is convinced that the fatal heart attack was caused by the enormous effort made by the little boy for go up the steps which led precisely to the Town Hall.
An effort that his teacher she hadn’t shunned him, despite knowing full well that he wouldn’t be able to take it.
The pathology of Alessio Quaini
Alessio Quaini was born in 2000, together with his twin brother Simone. Both have had congenital heart problems since birth. The diagnosis was dilated hypetrophic cardiomyopathy.
Little Simone, on the list for a transplant, is died at just 2 years old in 2000, before receiving a new heart.
Alessio had shown more strength, but presented the first serious problems in 2010. In that year, following a strong heart attack, he was implanted with a internal defibrillator.
The electronic device helped him in the years to come, but did not avoid other major crises, including the latest one, fatalarrived theApril 11, 2014.
L’investigation on the death of Alessio is still open. Many argue that it was a fatality, others, like the consultants hired by the boy’s parents, are convinced that the death of their child has a responsible, namely the teacher.
According to them, she knew very well about Alessio’s problems and did nothing to prevent him from climbing that long and tiring flight of steps.