ROME: Two powerful earthquakes on Wednesday hit central Italy, collapsing several buildings and sending scared people into the streets in Macerata province.
According to the details, 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit central Italy about two miles north of Visso and 58 kilometers from Perugia at 19:10 local time.
It was followed two hours later by a 6.2 magnitude earthquake in the same area. There was no immediate reports of causalities. Electricity suspended and many roads were blocked due to land sliding after the tremors in the area. Many vehicles were also demanded by land sliding.
It is pertinent to mention here that around 300 people had been killed about two months ago in a powerful earthquake in the area.