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Judgment on the fatal boat accident on Lake Garda: Munich residents must be in prison for several years

After two Italians died in a boat accident in the summer of 2021, only one decision is before the court. Two men from Munich who caused the accident were sentenced to prison terms.

Brescia – In the trial after the fatal boat accident on Lake Garda in Italy, the court in Brescia sentenced the two accused Germans to prison terms. The boat driver gets four years and six months and the boat owner two years and eleven months, judge Mauroernesto Macca said on Monday in the northern Italian city.

Boat accident on Lake Garda: Two people from Munich were sentenced to prison

The two 52-year-old Munich residents collided shortly before midnight on June 19, 2021 near the western shore of the lake with the wooden boat of an Italian couple from the area. 37-year-old Umberto Garzarella and his girlfriend Greta Nedrotti (25) died.

The Germans testified in court at the end of February that they had not noticed that they had collided with a boat during the night. Instead, they assumed flotsam. The men were charged with manslaughter and failure to provide assistance. The verdict is not yet legally binding. (dpa)

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