He was found at home, presumably drunk, the 39-year-old man arrested by Carabinieri and charged, among other things, with vehicular homicide and grievous bodily harm for Friday night's accident in Campegine, in the province of Reggio Emilia, that cost the lives of two 20-year-olds, with a peer in serious condition in the hospital. After losing a load of scaffolding that was probably improperly loaded, the truck driver fled only to be spotted and found after a few hours by Guastalla Carabinieri: he was without a license, which had been revoked in August for driving under the influence, and refused to take an alcohol test. "We tracked him down by comparing the statements made by the people involved with surveillance camera images," Carabinieri explained. "Thanks to the footage and license plate detection, once we had acquired the one of the vehicle, we traced it back to the owner. We found him at home; he refused to submit to the alcohol test he was asked to take because he smelled strongly of alcohol. In addition, he had a driver's license that had been revoked last August. In short, he should not have been on that road".