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Breaking OCT 30 2016, Italy Large EQ

Italy earthquake: historic structures leveled in biggest quake since 1980
Wild things, Prophecy events, so much all at one time.

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/oct/30/norcia-earthquake-damage-as-central-italy-hit-again-by-magnitude-66-shock

Reports say 6.6-magnitude quake felt over wide area including Rome and Naples and as far as Croatia and Slovenia



Prime minister Matteo Renzi swore that Italy would rebuild devastated towns and villages across central Italy that were rocked by a 6.6-magnitude earthquake on Sunday morning, saying the area represented the “soul of our country”.

It was the most powerful earthquake to hit Italy since 1980, striking a blow to the regions of Marche and Umbria just days after they were hit by two other earthquakes. It also frightened and displaced thousands of already-jittery residents who have seen the ancient structures and walls in their towns, including the San Benedetto basilica in Norcia, which is considered a sacred site, crumble into heaps on the street.

“We will rebuild everything — the houses, the churches, the shops. We are dealing with marvelous territories, territories of beauty,” Renzi said.

The epicentre of the latest earthquake was about 40 miles (68km) (40 miles) south-west of Perugia and close to the town of Norcia, which had also been hit by Wednesday night’s quakes.

There were no reported fatalities in the wake of the quake on Sunday, although it was even more powerful than the 2009 earthquake that hit L’Aquila, killing more than 300 people, and worse than the August earthquake that killed hundreds in Amatrice.

There were about a dozen injuries, with one person described as being in serious condition. Emergency services pulled three people from the rubble in Tolentino, a town in Marche. Main roads to the affected areas were closed, some impassable due to large boulders falling to the ground in the rocky, mountainous terrain.

“We’re safe,” Alberto Rendina, the owner of a bar in Norcia, told La Stampa.

“This morning, my wife was late opening the bar and was saved.” The family was at home but had been sleeping on the floor near the door, in preparation “for any eventuality”, Rendina said.

Residents in Visso, a town of 1,107 in Marche, told Sky TV that their homes “are no longer there”.

“The bedroom has collapsed into the living room,” one resident said.

A man looked stunned as he was asked question by a journalist on television and could barely answer as he fiddled with a crate holding his dog, which he put in the back of a pick up truck.

Regional officials in Marche warned that the earthquakes could lead to 100,000 residents being displaced.

Requests for some 5,000 beds have been made to hotels along the Adriatic coast. “But we think this number will rise,” Marco Manfredi, the chief of the Ancona unit for Confcommercio, the Italian business association, told La Stampa.

The earthquakes in August and earlier this week had already displaced about 14,000, said Paolo Bazzurro, professor of Hazard and Risk Assessment at the University Institute for Superior Studies (IUSS) in Pavia, but he said the number would rise.

“That there have not been any deaths is partly due to the fact that many houses were not inhabited after the quake on Wednesday. Also there were many that hadn’t been inspected yet, so people would not have received an order [to return home],” Bazzurro said.

“With the winter drawing in, housing people will be much more complicated,” he added, saying more aftershocks or other earthquakes could be expected in the next days and weeks.

While there was relative relief that the area was spared mass casualties, there were other losses that were devastating. Centuries-old structures, including the cathedral and basilica of San Benedetto in Norcia, a 14th century church that was built to honor the patron saint of Europe, Saint Benedict, was reduced to rubble, as was a tower and St Augustine church in Amatrice.

News of the basilica’s destruction was confirmed by Benedictine monks in Norcia who reported it on Twitter. In a statement on Sunday morning the monks said they were safe because they had temporarily moved their monastery after August’s earthquake in Amatrice, but that there were looking for victims who might possible require the sacrament of last rites, given to people close to death.

The statement, posted below an image of the ruined basilica, said: “May this image serve to illustrate the power of this earthquake, and the urgency we monks feel to seek out those who need the sacraments on this difficult day for Italy.”

The quake was strongly felt in Rome, where it temporarily shut the city’s metro lines to let officials check for damage, and some reported feeling tremors as far away as tremors in neighbouring countries Slovenia and Croatia.

St Paul’s Outside the Walls basilica was also temporarily shut after some plaster fell off the church but was later reopened. Vatican firefighters inspected St Peter’s basilica and other churches in the area.

On Sunday morning, live television images showed firefighters in Norcia’s main square helping people running down small alleyways seeking safety, including monks and nuns from a nearby monastery. Some then fell to their knees in prayer in the town’s main square.

Major destruction was also reported in other small towns.

“It all came down. Now there is no more town,” said Aleandro Petrucci, the mayor of the Marche town of Arquata del Tronto. There had already been “red zones” in place, abandoned after the previous quakes. “The few people who remained have gone out to the streets and are embracing. Now we’re going around to see what happened,” he said.

Cesare Spuri, the head of civil protection in Marche, said: “There are collapses everywhere. We report collapses in Muccia, Tolentino and in the areas surrounding Macerata. We’re trying to establish if people are underneath the rubble. There was also a strong shock in Ancona.”

“Everything’s collapsed. I see plumes of smoke, it’s a disaster,” said Marco Rinaldi, the mayor of Ussita, a town in the Marche that was among the worst hit in a 6.1-magnitude quake on Wednesday night.

In Rome, the strong tremors caused concern.

“I was woken up by the earthquake,” Gianpaolo Giovannelli, who lives in the Flaminio area of Rome, told the Guardian. “The apartment started to shake. We feel them here in Rome, but we never get used to them so each time we feel fear.”

Assia Staffoli, from Rome, said her husband put their six-year-old daughter under the table when they felt the earthquake, which caused their bedrooms, on a mezzanine level, to shake badly.

“That’s what you’re told to do when there’s an earthquake, go under the table,” Staffoli said. “I was feeding my son [aged seven months] when it happened. We then quickly left the apartment.”
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Prime apportion Matteo Renzi swore that Italy would reconstruct ravaged towns and villages opposite executive Italy that were rocked by a 6.6-magnitude trembler on Sunday morning, observant a area represented a “soul of a country”.

It was a many absolute trembler to strike Italy given 1980, distinguished a blow to a regions of Marche and Umbria only days after they were strike by dual other earthquakes. It also fearful and replaced thousands of already-jittery residents who have seen a ancient structures and walls in their towns, including a San Benedetto basilica in Norcia, that is deliberate a dedicated site, pulp into heaps on a street.

“We will reconstruct all — a houses, a churches, a shops. We are traffic with miraculous territories, territories of beauty,” Renzi said.

The epicentre of a latest trembler was about 40 miles (68km) (40 miles) south-west of Perugia and tighten to a city of Norcia, that had also been strike by Wednesday night’s quakes.

There were no reported fatalities in a arise of a upheaval on Sunday, nonetheless it was even some-more absolute than a 2009 trembler that strike L’Aquila, murdering some-more than 300 people, and worse than a Aug trembler that killed hundreds in Amatrice.

There were about a dozen injuries, with one chairman described as being in critical condition. Emergency services pulled 3 people from a rubble in Tolentino, a city in Marche. Main roads to a influenced areas were closed, some insurmountable due to vast boulders descending to a belligerent in a rocky, alpine terrain.

“We’re safe,” Alberto Rendina, a owners of a bar in Norcia, told La Stampa.

“This morning, my mother was late opening a bar and was saved.” The family was during home though had been sleeping on a building circuitously a door, in credentials “for any eventuality”, Rendina said.

Residents in Visso, a city of 1,107 in Marche, told Sky TV that their homes “are no longer there”.

“The bedroom has collapsed into a vital room,” one proprietor said.

A male looked dumbfounded as he was asked doubt by a publisher on radio and could hardly answer as he fiddled with a bin holding his dog, that he put in a behind of a collect adult truck.

Regional officials in Marche warned that a earthquakes could lead to 100,000 residents being displaced.

Requests for some 5,000 beds have been done to hotels along a Adriatic coast. “But we consider this series will rise,” Marco Manfredi, a arch of a Ancona section for Confcommercio, a Italian business association, told La Stampa.

The earthquakes in Aug and progressing this week had already replaced about 14,000, pronounced Paolo Bazzurro, highbrow of Hazard and Risk Assessment during a University Institute for Superior Studies (IUSS) in Pavia, though he pronounced a series would rise.

“That there have not been any deaths is partly due to a fact that many houses were not inhabited after a upheaval on Wednesday. Also there were many that hadn’t been legalised yet, so people would not have perceived an sequence [to lapse home],” Bazzurro said.

“With a winter sketch in, housing people will be most some-more complicated,” he added, observant some-more aftershocks or other earthquakes could be approaching in a subsequent days and weeks.

While there was relations service that a area was spared mass casualties, there were other waste that were devastating. Centuries-old structures, including a cathedral and basilica of San Benedetto in Norcia, a 14th century church that was built to respect a enthusiast saint of Europe, Saint Benedict, was reduced to rubble, as was a building and St Augustine church in Amatrice.

News of a basilica’s drop was reliable by Benedictine monks in Norcia who reported it on Twitter. In a matter on Sunday morning a monks pronounced they were protected since they had temporarily changed their nunnery after August’s trembler in Amatrice, though that there were looking for victims who competence probable need a eucharist of final rites, given to people tighten to death.

The statement, posted next an picture of a busted basilica, said: “May this picture offer to illustrate a energy of this earthquake, and a coercion we monks feel to find out those who need a sacraments on this formidable day for Italy.”

The upheaval was strongly felt in Rome, where it temporarily close a city’s metro lines to let officials check for damage, and some reported feeling tremors as distant divided as tremors in beside countries Slovenia and Croatia.

St Paul’s Outside a Walls basilica was also temporarily close after some smear fell off a church though was after reopened. Vatican firefighters legalised St Peter’s basilica and other churches in a area.

On Sunday morning, live radio images showed firefighters in Norcia’s categorical block assisting people using down tiny alleyways seeking safety, including monks and nuns from a circuitously monastery. Some afterwards fell to their knees in request in a town’s categorical square.
Towns influenced by Italian earthquake

Major drop was also reported in other tiny towns.

“It all came down. Now there is no some-more town,” pronounced Aleandro Petrucci, a mayor of a Marche city of Arquata del Tronto. There had already been “red zones” in place, deserted after a prior quakes. “The few people who remained have left out to a streets and are embracing. Now we’re going around to see what happened,” he said.

Cesare Spuri, a conduct of polite insurance in Marche, said: “There are collapses everywhere. We news collapses in Muccia, Tolentino and in a areas surrounding Macerata. We’re perplexing to settle if people are underneath a rubble. There was also a clever startle in Ancona.”

“Everything’s collapsed. we see plumes of smoke, it’s a disaster,” pronounced Marco Rinaldi, a mayor of Ussita, a city in a Marche that was among a misfortune strike in a 6.1-magnitude upheaval on Wednesday night.

In Rome, a clever tremors caused concern.

“I was woken adult by a earthquake,” Gianpaolo Giovannelli, who lives in a Flaminio area of Rome, told a Guardian. “The unit started to shake. We feel them here in Rome, though we never get used to them so any time we feel fear.”

Assia Staffoli, from Rome, pronounced her father put their six-year-old daughter underneath a list when they felt a earthquake, that caused their bedrooms, on a passageway level, to shake badly.

“That’s what you’re told to do when there’s an earthquake, go underneath a table,” Staffoli said. “I was feeding my son [aged 7 months] when it happened. We afterwards fast left a apartment.”
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OCT 30 large EQ a lot of damage of very historic places. Some pagan and wow.
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http://www.wsj.com/articles/another-strong-earthquake-strikes-central-italy-1477813063?mod=fox_australian

New Earthquake Rocks Central Italy, Destroying Buildings Across Region
Country’s strongest tremor in decades strikes same region as deadly earthquake in August

 By Giada Zampano
Updated Oct. 30, 2016 1:39 p.m. ET

ROME—A strong earthquake struck central Italy early Sunday, injuring about 20 people and flattening historical buildings in small villages and towns that were rattled by temblors just days earlier.

The magnitude 6.6 quake struck at 7:40 a.m., according to the U.
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