Alex Rocco Passalacqua, 32, from Tarcento, had finished his shift at midnight: the tragedy on the way home
MAJANO. At midnight he had finished his shift at Pmp in Coseano, a company where he had started working as a worker on 12 July. The last chat with colleagues before saying goodbye, the jokes that never lacked, the goodbye the day when they would again take up service together.
But that goodbye has become goodbye. Because Alex Rocco Passalacqua, 32 years old from Tarcento, found his death on the way back home. Arriving in Majano, on the former provincial road 10, near Farla, due to causes still under investigation by the Carabinieri of the Carabinieri Radiomobile Unit of Udine, he lost control of his Ypsilon 10.
The car finished its run against a tree in the nearby field after demolishing part of the guardrail. Too serious are the injuries sustained by the 32 year old who died instantly. The alarm was given by a passing motorist who noticed the car severely damaged and immediately called for help shortly after six in the morning. Therefore, the time when the accident occurred has yet to be clarified, which most likely dates back to a few hours before the call to the Sores Central in Palmanova.
The 118 operators intervened on the spot (with helicopter and ambulance) but unfortunately for the 32-year-old worker there was nothing to do. The firefighters of San Daniele del Friuli and their colleagues from Gemona also arrived at the scene of the accident. The vehicle was impounded. According to the first investigations carried out by the carabinieri, there are no signs that indicate the involvement of other vehicles.
News of Alex’s death spread quickly to Tarcento where he was well known. «Alex was a good person – remember friends of all time -, he was a true friend, one you can always count on. He was always smiling and we will miss his smile so much ».
Football was one of Alex’s great passions: a great Inter fan, he played with ADS Alta Val Torre. «We want to remember you like this. As a die-hard Inter fan you were, you always knew how to play the joke. You were our bomber »wrote the teammates sharing a joking photo of the young man.