Elena Baruti didn’t make it high school student hit by a car on Via Nomentana, in the Trieste district. The 18-year-old died at the Policlinico Umberto I where she was transported in desperate conditions.
The death of the 18-year-old found the proximity of the Liceo Giulio Cesare who remembered her by communicating the tragic news: “Mourning in the high school community. With immense pain and dismay we communicate the untimely death of our dearest student Elena Baruti. The entire school community of the Liceo Giulio Cesare huddles with great affection around their parents and sister Giulia, our former student“.
Elena Baruti died after being hit on Via Nomentana
The accident that led to the death of Elena Baruti took place on the evening of April 29 when the young woman was hit by a car, an Audi A1, while crossing the road on via Nomentana, at the intersection with via of Sant’Agnese, not far from his home. Rescued by 118 she was rushed to the university hospital in Viale Regina Margherita where she died after more than two days of agony.
High school student invested on Via Nomentana
To reconstruct the dynamics of the accident will now be the agents of the Montemario and Parioli groups of the Local Police of Rome Capital who made the first scientific surveys shortly after the accident. According to initial reports, driving the car that hit the eighteen-year-old was a 40-year-old man who stopped to give first aid. Also taken to hospital, he was subjected, as usual, to alcohol and drug tests.
From the testimonies that the local police will collect and from the analysis of the cameras, it will be possible to understand whether or not the 18-year-old had crossed the pedestrian crossing and with a green light. With her, according to the first investigative findings, also some friends, who were unharmed already heard by the ‘white helmets’.