Dimitre Traykov will face the trial with an abbreviated procedure on 21 June. Jessica Fragasso and Sara Rizzotto died in the accident of 30 January on the motorway
CONEGLIANO. The prosecutor of Pordenone Raffaele Tito today rejected the request for a plea bargain to 5 years of imprisonment presented by the defense of Dimitre Traykov, the businessman of Bulgarian origin residing in Pordenone accused of multiple road homicide with the aggravating circumstance of escape and alcohol abuse and wrongful death.
The judge Monica Biasutti admitted the accused to the shortened procedure conditional on the hearing of a witness, who spent the day of January 30 with Traykov until a few minutes before the road accident in A28 in which the two cousins lost their lives Treviso Sara Rizzotto, from Conegliano, and Jessica Fragasso, from Mareno.
Driving a Freelander Land Rover Traykov collided at Azzano Decimo a Fiat Panda: the two young cousins died instantly in the crash and Sara’s two girls were injured. The victims’ relatives filed a civil action with the lawyers Enrico D’Orazio, Enrico Gulli and Alessandra Nava. The lawyers noted with bitterness that the defendant never sent an apology letter or sought contact, not even through a third party. The defense witness will be heard on June 21 and the discussion will begin. The process, with an abbreviated procedure, allows for the reduction of the sentence by a third party.