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A man stands among damaged buildings after a strong earthquake hit central Italy, in Amatrice on August 24, 2016.

A powerful 6.2-magnitude earthquake devastated mountain villages in central Italy on August 24, 2016, left 38 people dead and the total is likely to rise, the country's civil protection unit said in the first official death toll. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE

Egy tragédia képei: földrengés rázta meg Olaszországot

Fülöp Dániel Mátyás
Fülöp Dániel Mátyás

fotós. 2016. 08. 24. 14:17

Szerdán hajnalban 6,1-es földrengés rázta meg Olaszországot. A katasztrófa eddig 38 halálos áldozatot követelt. A romos utcákon katasztrófamentők és helyi lakosok keresik a túlélőket.
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AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
Residents look at damaged buildings after a strong earthquake hit Amatrice on August 24, 2016.
Central Italy was struck by a powerful, 6.2-magnitude earthquake in the early hours, which has killed at least three people and devastated dozens of mountain villages. Numerous buildings had collapsed in communities close to the epicenter of the quake near the town of Norcia in the region of Umbria, witnesses told Italian media, with an increase in the death toll highly likely. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
Residents walk past damaged buildings after a strong earthquake hit Amatrice on August 24, 2016.
Central Italy was struck by a powerful, 6.2-magnitude earthquake in the early hours, which has killed at least three people and devastated dozens of mountain villages. Numerous buildings had collapsed in communities close to the epicenter of the quake near the town of Norcia in the region of Umbria, witnesses told Italian media, with an increase in the death toll highly likely. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
Rescuers help a woman among damaged buildings after a strong earthquake hit central Italy, in Amatrice on August 24, 2016.

A powerful 6.2-magnitude earthquake devastated mountain villages in central Italy on Wednesday, leaving at least 18 people dead and dozens more injured or unaccounted for. 
Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
A man stands among damaged buildings after a strong earthquake hit central Italy, in Amatrice on August 24, 2016.

A powerful 6.2-magnitude earthquake devastated mountain villages in central Italy on August 24, 2016, left 38 people dead and the total is likely to rise, the country's civil protection unit said in the first official death toll. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
A woman reacts in front of her damaged home after a strong heathquake hit Amatrice on August 24, 2016.
Central Italy was struck by a powerful, 6.2-magnitude earthquake in the early hours, which has killed at least three people and devastated dozens of mountain villages. Numerous buildings had collapsed in communities close to the epicenter of the quake near the town of Norcia in the region of Umbria, witnesses told Italian media, with an increase in the death toll highly likely. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
Residents look at a damaged home after a strong earthquake hit Amatrice on August 24, 2016.
Central Italy was struck by a powerful, 6.2-magnitude earthquake in the early hours, which has killed at least three people and devastated dozens of mountain villages. Numerous buildings had collapsed in communities close to the epicenter of the quake near the town of Norcia in the region of Umbria, witnesses told Italian media, with an increase in the death toll highly likely. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
Rescuers help a woman among damaged buildings after a strong earthquake hit Amatrice on August 24, 2016.
Central Italy was struck by a powerful, 6.2-magnitude earthquake in the early hours, which has killed at least three people and devastated dozens of mountain villages. Numerous buildings had collapsed in communities close to the epicenter of the quake near the town of Norcia in the region of Umbria, witnesses told Italian media, with an increase in the death toll highly likely. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
A man stands on top of a damaged car in Amatrice on August 24, 2016 after a powerful earthquake rocked central Italy. 

The earthquake left 38 people dead and the total is likely to rise, the country's civil protection unit said in the first official death toll. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
Rescuers set up a first aid camp in the courtyard of the hospital of Amatrice on August 24, 2016 after a powerful earthquake rocked central Italy. 

The earthquake left 38 people dead and the total is likely to rise, the country's civil protection unit said in the first official death toll. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
An injured man looks on after a strong earthquake hit his village, in Amatrice on August 24, 2016.

A powerful 6.2-magnitude earthquake devastated mountain villages in central Italy on August 24, 2016, left 38 people dead and the total is likely to rise, the country's civil protection unit said in the first official death toll. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio. / AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
AFP / Getty Images Hungary / Filippo Monteforte
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