Costa Concordia passenger’s death due to mechanical failure

Costa Concordian passenger Francesco Giorgetti died after being struck by a train at the Porto Alegre train station in Portugal on Sunday, police said.

Giorgis’ death is not being treated as suspicious and the cause of death is being investigated, police spokeswoman Joao Pereira told AP news agency.

She said the train, carrying 569 passengers and two crew members, was travelling from the city of Bari to Lisbon, and had stopped in the station for a change of scenery before reaching the port.

Police had initially said the death appeared to be a mechanical problem, but later said there were no further details available.

Gio Costa Giorgotti, the Costa Concordiana passenger who died after a train struck him, was killed by a locomotive, authorities say.

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He was 34.

A witness said a fire engulfed the train at an accident site.

The Italian Transport Ministry said there was no evidence the train had hit the water.

Costa Conmans family told Reuters the train was traveling from Rome to Porto Santo and had left São Carlos on Friday night.

He had been in the United Kingdom for five years.

Costa Consomman said he had worked as a courier in the UK for six years.

“He was a very talented man, who was always looking for opportunities to give back,” his wife, Stefania Costa Conmin, said.

She told Reuters he had been living in Britain since his return.

Costa Condominas family told AFP the family was “heartbroken”.

“We are in mourning for Francesco, and our thoughts are with him and his family,” the family said in a statement.

Costa Coppio, a Costa Conoman, died on his way to work after his Costa Concordion train derailed near Porto São Joao in Portugal, on February 16, 2017.

He has been identified as a 23-year-old from Florence, Italy.

Costa Concordio is a luxury train that can carry a maximum of 5,000 passengers and 12 crew members.

The train was carrying Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife to the Gilded Palace in central Lisbon, the city where Renzi is due to retire on Friday.

Renzi was the architect behind the landmark construction project in the 1980s.

In 2010, the train struck a concrete barrier at a construction site in a busy section of the port, killing 16 people.

It was the deadliest accident in Portuguese history.

Costa Cappio is the oldest and most popular train in Portugal.

It is operated by Costa Concordios subsidiary Costa Coop, which has over 100,000 daily riders.