The millions of tons of the Morandi bridge still dominate the city of Genoa (Italy), like a sword of Damocles, a month after the disaster. The clean-up work has started on the ground, but it will take months before the remaining arches have been dismantled. Paolo Tosa, a metallurgical engineer, was expelled, expropriated, after the bridge collapsed. He understands that it is impossible to return. On the morning of Friday, September 14, Paolo was present at the commemoration of the 43 victims.
In the neighborhood, 600 residents are now homeless and their possessions are still in their apartments. We still do not know why the bridge fell, but many Genoese find it poorly maintained, fragile and poorly designed. There remains the question about the future of the city. The containers pile up at the quays of the port. A month after the tragedy, Genoa still suffers. 50,000 jobs would be in danger.
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