This is the last snap of three construction workers before the crane they were working on collapsed on a Turin street, killing all three and injuring three others.
The crane collapse took place on Via Genova in the city of Turin in the north-western Italian region of Piedmont on 18th December.
Construction workers Marco Pozzetti, 54, Roberto Peretto, 52, and Filippo Falotico, 20, all died when the crane collapsed on the city street.
The cause of the collapse remains under investigation and the affected stretch of Via Genova was closed by the local authorities to gather evidence, with only local residents allowed access.
According to reports, the crane collapsed at the base, causing the crane arm to hit a six-storey building before crashing to the ground. The base could have collapsed due to unsafe ground or a risky manoeuvre by the crane operator, who was injured in the incident.
Two other people were reportedly injured, including a female driver who was in her car when it was struck by the collapsed crane.
One local resident said: “The crane arm looked like it was titled at a strange angle. It looked like an arc. I don’t know much about this kind of thing and thought that it was probably nothing, but I had a bad feeling.
“Less than 10 minutes later, someone phoned me to say it had collapsed.”
Meanwhile, the Turin authorities announced a period of mourning for the day of the three workers’ funerals and displayed the civic flag at half-mast at the city council.
The investigation is ongoing.