New earthquake took place in Italy
Earth tremors of magnitude 4.4 points were felt also in the Italian capital Rome. Rescue mission inspect areas on rescue helicopters.
In central Italy, on Sunday, August 28 there was a new earth tremor of magnitude 4.4 points.
It is reported by Italian television RaiNews24.
New earthquake was recorded near the town of Arquata del Tronto. It is reported that the epicenter of the quake was located next 7 kilometers from the city at a depth of 9 km.
In addition, according to the channel, the earth's crust vibrations were felt also in the Italian capital Rome.
There's no information about the victims yet. Rescue mission inspect areas on rescue helicopters.
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