In the vicinity of Milan, it came to a dangerous incident with a school bus. As the newspaper La Repubblica and other Italian media reported that the driver of the bus the vehicle, in the two school classes were about an hour in a violent and threatened no one will survive. During the time the Bus was driven around until he was stopped by three police vehicles in the vicinity of the city of San Donato Milanese.
The police were able to get rid of all the 51 children and two teachers and the 47-year-old man to arrest. "It was a miracle. This could have been a massacre. The Carabinieri have worked excellently", said the Milan Prosecutor, Francesco Greco.
according to The police, the man took the children of their mobile phones and captivated with the cable ties. An eye witness told the television that the police officers smashed the rear window of the bus and so many children, the escape would have been possible. Other police officers tried distracting the driver, but the put the Bus using a petrol canister that he was carrying on fire.
Twelve children were brought because of suspected smoke inhalation to the hospital, but wore no serious injuries. The offender suffered burn injuries. Images from the scene of the crime, a completely burnt-out Bus was to see in the Italian media published the Videos showed kids who were in a panic, screaming.
May was a Protest against the refugee policy of the government of the subject
The Suspect was an Italian citizen of Senegalese descent. He had previous convictions for sexual violence and drunk driving, said Italy's interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
What prompted the man to his act, has not yet been clarified completely. The man is said to have shouted, "the Die in the Mediterranean sea has to stop". The Milan public Prosecutor's office, is determined in all directions, and even a terrorist motive-examined.
A girl who was trapped in the Bus, told the news Agency Ansa, the man wanted to protest his action against the Deputy head of the government but of the right-wing Lega and Luigi Di Maio, of the Five-star movement. The populist government in Rome since taking up office, a hard line against migrants and refused several rescue ships with Refugees in Italy.