Genoa officials released a list of 21 names, with dates and places of birth, of Italian victims whose families have been informed following Tuesday’s accident.
On the list was a family from the Liguria region in Italy, of which Genoa is the capital; Roberto Robbiano, 44, his wife Ersilia, 41, and their son Samuele, aged 8.
In another car was a family from Turin. Andrea Vittone, 49, and Claudia Possetti, 48 were on their way home from their honeymoon in California with her two children Manuele, 16, and Camila, 12. None survived.
Andrea Cerulli, 48, was a father and played football at the Genoa club Portuali.
Giorgio, 57, was a former moto champion who became an entrepreneur, Alberto, 32, was an anaesthetist working in Pisa with his 29-year-old girlfriend Marta.
Neapolitan Gennaro Sarnataro, 43, transported fruit and vegetables and was on his way back from a trip to France. Vincenzo Licata, 58, ran a transport company in Sicily and leaves behind a wife and two children.
Theirs were just ordinary lives which were ended suddenly in tragic circumstances. Chile’s diplomatic service confirmed the deaths of 3 if its citizens who lived in Italy.