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Italian police seize documents from SIAS offices over Savona bridge collapse

MILAN, Dec 11 (Reuters) - Italian tax police said on
Wednesday they seized documents from units of motorway operator
SIAS  SIS.MI , following the collapse last month of a bridge
after a massive landslide caused by heavy rains in the
northwestern region of Liguria.
    Police visited offices of SIAS units Autostrada dei Fiori in
Turin and Sina in Milan and the coastal town of Savona and took
documents relating to the collapse of the bridge on the A6
highway near Savona on Nov. 24.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N2840JE
    No casualties were reported. The fall of the bridge
highlighted concerns about the safety of Italy's crumbling
motorway infrastructure following the collapse of the Morandi
bridge in Genoa last year that killed 43 people.
    Police said in a statement that they seized documents about
"engineering, construction, regular inspections and maintenance"
of the bridge. 
    No comment was available from Autostrada dei Fiori, SIAS or
from SIAS' parent company, Gavio. 
    Prosecutors in Savona have opened a criminal investigation
following the Nov. 24 incident, without identifying any
suspects.
    On Tuesday, tax police searched offices of Atlantia's
 ATL.MI  toll roads unit and said they were opening a new line
of investigation into motorway safety barriers following the 
deadly collapse of the Morandi bridge.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N28K38C
    

 (Reporting by Emilio Parodi; editing by James Mackenzie and
Emelia Sithole-Matarise)
 ((emilio.parodi@thomsonreuters.com; +39 02 66129523; Reuters
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