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Sky News are reporting that a 65 year old woman has been pulled from the rubble in northern Italy following the earthquake this morning.
Aftermath of the Italy earthquake in Cavezzo, province of Modena.
Civil protection officials have said that 15 people were confirmed dead after today's earthquake in northern Italy.
Officials said several people were trapped under the rubble of houses and warehouses in the Emilia-Romagna region, where several building sites and workshops had just reopened after the previous quake on May 20th.
New tremors have been felt in northern Italian cities including Modena, Milan and Brescia.
The region has been hit by two serious earthquakes in the last ten days, including a 5.8-magnitude earthquake earlier today.
At least 10 people have died in the latest earthquake to hit northern Italy, according to the Italian TV channel Sky TG24.
The death toll resulting from the earthquake in northern Italy has risen to eight according to a source at the Red Cross - Reuters
This video shows today's earthquake shaking temporary homes for people in Finale Emilia who were evacuated in the first earthquake on Sunday May 20th.
Thousands of people are unable to return to their homes as a result of the tremor in the Modena province of northern Italy.
The death toll from the earthquake in the Modena province of northern Italy has risen to three, according to the ADN Kronos news agency. Italian authorities have not yet given any official confirmation of the number of victims.
Italy's state broadcaster RAI is reporting that dozens of ambulances are heading for the areas affected by today's earthquake. Emergency calls have been hindered by phone blackouts.
New collapses were reported in Mirandola, Finale Emilia and San Felice sul Panaro.
Buildings were temporarily evacuated in Milan and Bologna as a safety precaution. The earthquake was "strongly felt" in Florence, more than 60 miles away.
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A second earthquake in Italy in just over a week has left 15 dead and hundreds injured.