Corso Francia tragedy: Pietro Genovese arrested

Two 16-year-old girls killed in Rome crash on 22 December.

Pietro Genovese, the 20-year-old driver of the car that hit and killed two 16-year-old girls in Rome in the early hours of 22 December, has been arrested on charges of vehicular homicide.

In the aftermath of the crash on Corso Francia, Genovese - son of movie director Paolo - tested positive for drink and drugs. He has now been placed under house arrest.

The funerals of the two girls killed - Gaia Von Freymann and Camilla Romagnoli - will take place on 27 December in the city's Fleming district, where they lived.

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Corso Francia tragedy: Pietro Genovese arrested

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