A Czech truck driver who survived the disastrous collapse of a bridge in Italy’s Genoa will remain in hospital for five to seven days.
The 46-year-old man, who works for the Prague-based haulage company SPED-IT, has a broken nose, several broken ribs and bruised lungs, but is otherwise in a good condition.
At least 42 people were killed after the elevated motorway collapsed, with some vehicles plunging up to 90 metres to the ground below.
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