Italy earthquake: Perugia hit by ‘strong’ quake

Wednesday, April 4, 2018
By Paul Martin

ITALY has been hit by a “strong” earthquake, with residents near Perugia reporting furniture shaking and a loud noise.

Wed, Apr 4, 2018

The Italy earthquake registered 4.3 magnitude and hit near the town of Camerino, near Perugia, in central Italy.

Residents reported feeling their homes shaking and furniture rattling and moving.

One person left a testimony on earthquake tracking website EMSC.

They said: “It was strong!”

Another wrote: “A strong roar!”

EMSC said 370,000 people lived in the affected area.

The quake struck around 31 miles from Perugia, which is home to 150,000 people.

It was 85 miles from the capital of Rome, home to 2.5 million.

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