Strong aftershock hits northern Italy, more collapses

By REUTERS
May 20, 2012 17:09

 
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SANT' AGOSTINO - A strong aftershock measuring magnitude 5.1 hit northern Italy on Sunday, causing more damage and more buildings to collapse, officials and witnesses said.

The aftershock destroyed a clock tower in Finale Emilia, near the epicenter of the first quake, and made a firefighter fall off a building, according to television reports.

The aftershock was felt over a vast area of the north

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