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Daughter, I don't know where Daddy's body is

2020-03-25T10:52:03.748Z

"I lost my father and grandfather in one day without knowing where their bodies are now": to collect the outburst at the time of Elena Gabbiadini's Coronavirus is Il Giorno. She lives in Cerro Maggiore, in the Milan area, the family in Stezzano (Bergamo). (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - MILAN, MARCH 25 - "I lost my father and my grandfather in one day without knowing where their bodies are now": picking up the outburst at the time of Elena Gabbiadini's Coronavirus is Il Giorno. She lives in Cerro Maggiore, in the Milan area, the family in Stezzano (Bergamo). Grandfather Elia, 96 years old, was found dead at home on March 16, the father Claudio died of 70 in the evening for "a severe respiratory crisis". The province of Bergamo is struggling to manage the number of deaths of the Hercules. Mortuary chambers have been opened in the churches, the army then transports the coffins into cremation ovens outside the region. And that's what happened to his loved ones. The two bodies were brought into the cemetery. "After a few days the coffins - Elena says - were brought to a church in Bergamo and since then we don't know anything about it. They told us that they were probably moved from the army for cremation. I hope that tomorrow in front of the tombstone of my father I will be able to hope that he or he who remains will be buried underneath it. "

Source: ansa

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