The seven-year-old girl, Lavinia Trematerra, was crushed to death by a 440lb marble statue while playing outside a hotel.
Lavinia Trematerra, from Italy, was struck by a heavy object in the courtyard of a hotel in Munich, Germany, at Friday evening.
What Happened to Young Lavinia Trematerra?
There were bystanders at the scene who ran to her aid after hearing her screams. They were able to free Lavinia from the huge and extremely 200kg statue before calling the emergency services. Paramedics were called to the scene but she was seriously injured and tragically died later in hospital two hours later as reported by Sky News. Investigations are underway to find out the cause of the incident with the statue having been perched at its pedestal for around 20 years.
Both of Lavinia’s parents are lawyers by occupation with the family enjoying a holiday together before the tragedy struck them. Heartbroken father, Michele Trematerra, said: “Our life has changed.”
A Munich police statement read: “On Friday, 26 August 2022, at around 7.30 pm, a child from Italy who was on vacation with her parents was in a courtyard of a Munich hotel. “For reasons that are still unclear, a stone statue weighing around 200kg fell over and seriously injured the child.
“A scream made several people aware of the situation and they were able to free the child. An emergency call was then made.” The girl’s mother Valentina Poggi, who is a lawyer has also written on social media: “You are and will always be our angel. Rest in peace, love of our lives.” Cops have also added: “The child was taken to a Munich hospital by ambulance, where she later succumbed to her injuries.”
Lavinia Trematerra Age, Family, Early Life
Lavinia Trematterra age was 7 years old at the time of her death. She was born in the nation of Italy. She was the lovely daughter of Michele Trematerra (father) and Valentina Poggi (mother). Both are lawyers by occupation.
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