Italian Earthquake

At least eleven people are dead amid the rubble after a six-point-two earthquake.

Rescue efforts are currently underway in several Italian towns after an earthquake struck Central Italy. Crews are searching the rubble of Amatrice, while the mayor of Perugia believes half his town is gone. At least eleven have died so far. Heavily urban areas were not affected, but officials are  having trouble reaching some smaller towns. The quake lasted for almost twenty seconds and was felt as far away as Rome.