(ANSA) - Rome, August 23 - Gaetano Marino, who died when a gunman fired seven shots at him at a bathing establishment south of Rome on Thursday afternoon, was reportedly a member of an organized-crime group. A Neapolitan native, he was a boss in the local Camorra mafia, police said. Forty-eight-year-old Marino had made the headlines last February for participating as a guest on a RAI state television show his daughter was singing on. One other person was injured in the Terracina beach shootout and the gunman may have been accompanied by a second person. The shooting took place whilst the area was packed with vacationers. Police are on the spot investigating. Terracina is about 80 km southeast of Italy's capital Rome.