In the night of Christmas, Natale Bruno, a television journalist from Catania, died at the age of 59. The cause of death was reported as a heart attack. He worked at Telecolor for many years and had just anchored the news the previous night. He was a correspondent for Repubblica in Catania and for the Agi news agency. Bruno was a well-known figure in the local news scene. Last April, he gained national attention for his live coverage of an earthquake while anchoring the news. His latest article for Agi was about the staged suicide of a Moldovan woman. Bruno’s sudden and unexpected passing has left a void in the world of journalism. He was known for his dedication and attention to detail. He leaves behind his mother Teresa and his partner Santa. The funeral will take place tomorrow at the Chiesa Madre in Misterbianco at 5 pm. The mayor of Catania, Enrico Trantino, expressed his condolences for the sudden loss of Natale Bruno. He described Bruno as a serious and loyal professional who always put the facts and news first. The vice president of the Sicilian Regional Assembly, Nuccio Di Paola, also extended his sympathies to Bruno’s family and Telecolor team, praising Bruno for his professionalism and courteous demeanor. The mayor of Misterbianco, Marco Corsaro, remarked on Bruno’s premature death, highlighting his attentiveness, integrity, and the pride felt by the community for his work as a journalist and press officer for the municipality.
Catania in lutto per la morte di Natale Bruno, cronista di razza