A cyclist hit and killed in Pontinia: the victim is 39-year-old Riccardo Giorgi

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A cyclist hit and killed in Pontinia: the victim is 39-year-old Riccardo Giorgi

According to what the local online newspaper Latina Oggi reports, the cyclist was training and traveling in the opposite direction to that of the SUV. The driver lost control of his car for reasons yet to be ascertained and hit the 39-year-old head-on. Riccardo Giorgi leaves behind two children.

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Riccardo Giorgi , a 39-year-old from Terracina , is the victim of a dramatic accident that occurred today, Sunday 25 February, on the Migliara 51 road in the La Cotarda hamlet, municipality of Pontinia , province of Latina. According to what we learn, the cyclist was hit by a Ford Kuga driven by a man resident in Sonnino. The 39-year-old was thrown into the fields next to the road.

An ambulance from 118 was immediately called to the scene, but the rescuers were unable to do anything to save the cyclist's life. The firefighters and the police also arrived at the site of the accident and ordered the entire stretch of road affected to be closed to traffic.

According to what the local online newspaper Latina Oggi reports, the cyclist was training and traveling in the opposite direction to that of the SUV. The driver lost control of his car for reasons yet to be ascertained and hit the 39-year-old head-on. The latter flew several meters before ending up in the fields, while the car ended up off the road. The man behind the wheel of the Ford, LA resident of Sonnino, has been charged with vehicular homicide.

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According to what has been reconstructed, Riccardo Giorgi worked as a radiologist technician at the Santa Maria Goretti hospital. He was a great sports enthusiast and practiced, in addition to cycling, triathlons and Iron Man races. Giorgi leaves behind two children. The news of his passing spread throughout the day and there were several messages on social media to remember him and give him a final farewell.

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