The earthquake in Central Italy 6.2 magnitude resulted in the deaths of at least six people. In addition, under the rubble of destroyed houses can be people, reports the BBC.
According to USGS, the earthquake occurred in 76 km South-East of Perugia at a depth of 10 km In Rome the building was shaking for 20 seconds.
In the city Accumuli under the rubble was discovered the family of four. Two more people were killed in the nearby village of Pescara del Tronto. Reported severe devastation in the city of Amatrice. “The roads in and out of the city cut off. Half of the city disappeared. There are people under the rubble … There was a landslide and the bridge could collapse,” he told radio RAI mayor Sergio Pirozzi.
The Agency of civil protection of Italy described the earthquake as “severe”.
In April 2009 earthquake in L’aquila in Central Italy has claimed the lives of 308 people.