Sure 15,000 people left homeless after earthquake in Italy

Sure 15,000 people left homeless after earthquake in Italy

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Italian authorities certainly help fifteen thousand people who are homeless have been hit after the earthquake Sunday. There were no deaths in the most severe earthquake in nearly forty years in Italy.

The Italian region of Umbria was on Sunday hit by a heavy earthquake with a magnitude of 6.6. It was the third powerful earthquake Italy recently found.

More than 4,000 people from the region of Norcia in hotels along the Adriatic coast to be found. Five hundred others are housed in accommodations at the Lake Trasimeno. Also, more than ten thousand people accommodated in sports halls and tents.

A large part of the houses in the area became damaged or uninhabitable. Monday continued to schools in Rome and other parts of the country closed, so it can be checked whether the buildings are safe enough.

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has pledged that any damaged property will be restored.


Many local residents of the affected communities to find shelter with friends in anticipation of the authorities to be allowed to return to their homes.

In the central-Italian region since Sunday, hundreds of aftershocks felt.

Experts call it remarkable that the earthquake of Sunday has not resulted in any fatalities. In the earthquake of 24 August, almost three hundred people to life.

Central Italy is already affected by earthquake

Central Italy is Sunday again, affected by a heavy earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5.


In different Italian places, buildings are collapsed.

Several people are injured, but according to the vigilante, there are as yet no deaths have been reported.

A lot of people are their property fled. The quake was in Rome and in the extreme north and south of Italy feel.

Two months ago there were about three hundred people when a serious earthquake in the same region.

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The earthquake of Sunday was the heaviest since a quake of 6.9 magnitude in the south of Italy in 1980: it fell at that time more than 3,000 deaths.

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