A strong earthquake struck early Sunday in northern Italy, killing at least three people and knocking down a church bell in the region, authorities said.
Two people were killed in a ceramic factory in Sant'Agostino di Ferrara, and one person died when a workshed collapsed in Ponte Rodoni di Bondeno, according to Elisabetta Maffani, spokeswoman for Italy's civil protection agency.
The 6.0-magnitude quake occurred just after 4 a.m. (10 p.m. ET Saturday), 4 kilometers (2.4 miles) outside Camposanto, northwest of Bologna, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
The Italian civil protection agency said it anticipates more injuries as rescue workers make their way to remote villages in the mountainous area.
Yea, we can replace the people, but good church bells are hard to find!
@cnn... a earthquake never killed any one... nor can they..
if you were in the middle of a grassy field and there was a 10.0 earth quake..
you would just get shaken up..
buildings collasping and falling church bells , and falling debree is what kills the people..
Not a word was spoken the church bells all were broken...............
The death toll has sadly risen. My sympathies and prayers are for the affected families.
One important thing is that when you're searching for a student loan you may find that you will need a co-signer. There are many situations where this is true because you may find that you do not employ a past credit score so the bank will require that you've got someone cosign the credit for you. Good post.
This blog – This Just In – will no longer be updated. Looking for the freshest news from CNN? Go to our ever-popular CNN.com homepage on your desktop or your mobile device, and join the party at @cnnbrk, the world's most-followed account for news.