The municipality of Montemignaio was also affected by the rounding-up operations on Pratomagno. A troop of German and Italian soldiers in transit from the Consuma Pass spotted 3 men and 2 women just outside the caves of Liconia, where they were trying to hide, still terrified by the events of June 20th. Baldovina Galletti died first, shot in the back of her head by a machine-gun; Antonio Ferrara, Raffaele Mugnaini and Vigno Vignoli were shot near where a ditch flows into the Scheggia stream; Gabriello Magni, managed at first to survive, despite his body being riddled with bullets, but died the next day at his home in Liconia. Some testimonies say the prisoners were subjected to torture before being executed, others that there were Italians among the murderers. Sergeant Camfield’s report suggests that the Anti-Aircraft and Training Company of the 10th Army, already responsible for the massacre of Montemignaio on June 20th, was responsible for the killings. On the other hand, according to the German records, the 3rd Regiment of the Brandenburg Division (which in the meantime also been operating in Cetica and Pratomagno) was the unit operating in the Scheggia Valley and had declared killing 10 “bandits” in the Scheggia sector.