How and where, on the largest of the Pelagie Islands, the road accident occurred is unclear. In fact, there was no law enforcement intervention immediately after the accident. A sixty-four-year-old tourist, residing in Aosta, however, ended up – and yesterday he was on a reserved prognosis – at the “San Giovanni di Dio” hospital in Agrigento where, after all the necessary investigations, he was hospitalized. The man was reported to have severe respiratory distress and a renal subcapsular hematoma. He shouldn’t be life threatening, but the doctors reserved the prognosis.
The tourist, who had a road accident that did not involve any other means of transit, was first taken to the Lampedusa Clinic from where the doctors ordered the transfer. And with the 118 helicopter rescue he was in fact moved to the health center of the city of the Temples. Precisely from the hospital, where the tourist from Aosta reported that he was injured following an accident, the police forces present on the island were warned and will now have to try to reconstruct where, how and when with precision. man was seriously injured.