Two days after the tremors that affected the Umbrian area between Umbertide and Pierantonio, the damage count begins.

According to what was communicated by the fire brigade, the buildings found uninhabitable after the checks carried out are dozens.

In Pierantonio, where almost 80 percent of the houses are impracticable of various kinds, inspections in private homes resumed this morning.

Closed the church because of the damaged bell tower. In the small hamlet, firefighters have implemented several eviction orders, especially in the central and oldest part of the small town.

Meanwhile, late yesterday evening, there were 116 to be hosted in the gyms of Pierantonio and Umbertide to spend the night. The Civil Protection, which took care of providing them with dinner, also offered help to the 80 citizens of Sant'Orfeto.

But the earth continues to shake: tonight, in northern Italy, a magnitude 3.3 quake occurred at 3.56 am 5 kilometers from Preone, a small town in the province of Udine, at a depth of about 12 km.

The earthquake was manually located by the SEISMOLOGICAL Research Center of OGS, the National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics.


Earthquake in Udine