Bad weather in Rome, in Parioli a tree collapses in the street, leaves three cars damaged
Several interventions by the Fire Brigade of the Rome Command due to the bad weather yesterday, Monday 16 November, to remove tree branches and flooding in the city and province. In the afternoon a huge pine fell in the afternoon in Viale di Villa Grazioli, between Salario and Parioli.
The road was closed, and fortunately no injuries were reported. On site the firefighters, to saw the tree, and the local police of Rome Capital to manage the roads. Rosario Fabiano, of the Democratic Party, Councilor for the Environment of Town Hall II also spoke on the case: “There is still no news of the vertical green contract and this shows that there is no organic and programmatic work on the arboreal heritage of Rome Capital by the Capitoline junta”.
Meanwhile, the weather alert will continue for today. According to 3Bmeteo in Rome “no rains are expected” while the “winds will be tense in the morning and will come from the North, in the afternoon tense and will come from the North-Northeast”, this is why the Civil Protection Department has issued a warning of weather conditions adverse with the indication that from the early hours of tomorrow, Tuesday 17 November 2020, and for the following 18-24 hours, Lazio is expected, especially in the central-northern sectors.