Rome, shocking accident: run over while walking on the sidewalk. He dies at 18

The crazy car left the roadway, a woman was driving: another young man who was in the company of the victim, Francesco Valdiserri, son of two journalists from Corriere della Sera, was unharmed. Mom's tweet: 'Nothing makes sense anymore'

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Dramatic accident in Rome in via Cristoforo Colombo, a busy automobile thoroughfare. A boy who would have turned 19 in November, Francesco Valdiserri, was run over as he was walking on the sidewalk by a crazed car. The impact was tremendous and the young man died. Miraculously unharmed another boy who was in the company of the victim. Driving the car she was a woman and now it will be necessary to ascertain how she never lost control of the vehicle and if she was drunk or had used drugs. Of course, there are no skid marks on the asphalt.

SOCIAL PAIN - Francesco Valdiserri attended the first year of university and was the son of journalists of Corriere della Sera Paola Di Caro and Luca Valdiserri. The boy's mother entrusted her pain to Twitter: «My wonderful 18-year-old is no longer here. My little boy who had started running in life. A car hit him in the night and he won't come back. Nothing will come back. Nothing makes sense anymore. Nothing'. Paola Di Caro is a well-known political reporter, her tweet was immediately answered by the leader of Fdi Giorgia Meloni ('We will walk with you, so that you are not alone as you go through hell') and the secretary of the Democratic Party Enrico Letta ('With Francesco , with you, with you. Always').