Centre de l'Italie: deux heures après le premier séisme de 5,4, nouvelle secousse de 5,9 au même endroit

La région de Rome, des Marches et des Abruzzes a été fortement secouée par deux tremblements de terre, ce mercredi. Le premier, d'une magnitude de 5,4, s'est produit peu après 19 heures. Le second a frappé la même région du centre de l'Italie, avec une force supérieure, mesurée à 5,9 sur l'échelle de Richter. Des dommages aux bâtiments ont été signalés dans les Marches où des ligne électriques ont également été coupées. La ville d'Amatrice, déjà durement touchée en août dernier, à nouveau frappée. Deux personnes ont été blessées.
26 oct. 2016, 19:22
/ Màj. le 27 oct. 2016 à 11:09
Deux très fortes secousses supérieures à 5 sur l'échelle de Richter ont agité le centre de l'Italie à deux heures d'intervalle.

Bonsoir, la situation est toujours tendue à cette heure, dans le centre de l'Italie, une région montagneuse où les secours ont toujours de la peine à accéder. Nous mettons un terme ici au suivi, en direct, de ce double séisme qui a frappé la région à 19 h 11, puis deux heures plus tard, à 21 h 18. Nous y reviendrons jeudi matin à la première heure. Merci de nous avoir suivi. 

22:59 Les pompiers fouillent les décombres

A Camerino et à San Angelo in Pontano, les pompiers sont en train de fouiller les décombres à la recherche d'éventuelles victimes.

 

22:38 Village d'Ussita durement touché

Beaucoup de maisons sont écroulées, notre village est fini", a déclaré à la télévision Marco Rinaldi, maire d'Ussita, une localité touchée, tout en précisant qu'il n'y avait probablement pas de victime.

 

"La deuxième secousse a été longue, elle a été terrible. J'ai ressenti beaucoup de séismes mais celui-là a été le plus fort. Heureusement, tout le monde était déjà dehors après la première", a-t-il ajouté.

A Campi di Norcia, à une vingtaine de kilomètres au sud, l'église San Salvatore "n'existe plus", a déclaré l'archevêque de Spoleto-Norcia, Renato Boccardo, cité par la presse, qui a publié des photos de l'édifice écroulé.

 

22:04 Des dégâts matériels et 2 blessés

"Pour l'instant, il y a deux personnes blessées à Visso. Des écroulements et des dégâts ont aussi été signalés", a déclaré la protection civile dans un communiqué.

Il s'agit d'une zone de moyenne montagne, avec de nombreux hameaux isolés parfois difficiles d'accès pour les vérifications.

"Les localités les plus proches de l'épicentre sont Castel Sant'Angelo sul Nera, Visso, Ussita et Preci", avait auparavant précisé la protection civile.

"Il n'y a plus de courant. Il y a sûrement des écroulements, c'est vraiment dur. En plus, c'est le déluge", a déclaré à la chaîne Sky Mauro Falcucci, maire de Castel Sant'Angelo sul Nera, commune de 300 habitants située à 17 km au nord-ouest d'Arquata del Tronto, l'une des localités les plus touchées lors du tremblement de terre du 24 août.

 

Selon la presse, de nouveaux écroulements ont été enregistrés dans les "zones rouges" du séisme du 24 août, les zones interdites d'accès en raison de la fragilité des bouts de bâtiments tenant encore debout.

Selon l'INGV, le séisme de mercredi soir était lié à celui du 24 août, qui a été suivi de milliers de répliques parfois fortes. "Ce n'est pas une forte secousse", a déclaré à la télévision le géologue Mario Tozzi. "Les répliques peuvent durer longtemps, parfois des mois", a-t-il ajouté en expliquant qu'il faudrait vérifier si une faille jumelle de celle d'Amatrice s'est créée.

A Visso, le maire, Giuliano Pazzaglini a en revanche déclaré à la télévision que les lignes téléphoniques avaient été rétablies dans sa commune. La télévision a cependant diffusé des images de gravats devant une église de la commune, ainsi que la photo d'une église écroulée à Norcia, à une vingtaine de kilomètres au sud.

 

22:00 La magnitude réévaluée à 6,1

Selon le site spécialisé EMSC, la magnitude du deuxième séisme a été réévaluée à la hausse à 6,1, soit une secousse aussi forte que celle qui a fait près de 300 morts dans cette même région en août dernier.

 

21:28 Nouvelle secousse de 5,9!!!

A 21 h 18, une nouvelle secousse, encore plus puissante, de 5,9 sur l'échelle de Richter a frappé la même zone du centre de l'Italie.$

 

 

20:33 Lié au séisme d'Amatrice

Selon l'Institut national géologique, ce séisme est directement lié à celui qui a frappé la région d'Amatrice le 24 août dernier, faisant près de 300 morts. Une nouvelle faille s'est activée. Les Appenins sont en mouvement. Dans cette même ville, plusieurs immeubles déjà fragilisés il y a tout juste deux mois, se sont effondrés.

 

Certains bâtiments, déjà fragilisés, n'ont pas résisté:

 

20:20 Les premières vidéos

Des corniches et des morceaux de toitures se sont effondrées dans le village de Chiesa di Visso, à 10 km de l'épicentre. 

 

Un important séisme d'une magnitude de 5,4 a secoué le centre de l'Italie, ce mercredi vers 19 h 10. On ne sait pas, pour l'heure, si ce nouveau tremblement de terre a fait des dégâts. 

 

Sur un site spécialisé, de nombreux témoignages ont déjà été recueillis. Il semblerait que tous les services (électricité, internet...) fonctionnent correctement à une trentaine de kilomètres de l'épicentre. A Ascoli, l'habitant d'un immeuble explique qu'il a clairement senti le bâtiment bouger. Une autre personne estime que la secousse a duré une quarantaine de secondes.

Le service national de géologie signale des dégâts aux bâtiments dans les Marches. La protection civile est mobilisée. La secousse a été ressentie jusqu'à Rome.

 

Apparemment, c'est le troisième séisme ressenti dans le centre de l'Italie durant les 25 dernières heures.

 

La Repubblica rapporte que de nombreux Italiens ont été pris de panique et se sont précipités dans la rue. Des centaines d'appels sont arrivés chez les pompiers. Le séisme a aussi été ressenti à Florence et à Naples. Dans les Marches, des lignes électriques ont sauté. Les lignes téléphoniques ont été interrompues à Pérouse. Les autorités demandent aux gens de désactiver la protection de leur wifi pour permettre aux secouristes de communiquer avec les zones touchées, où vivent environ 8 millions d'habitants.

Depuis 19 h 10, quatre répliques ont déjà été enregistrées avec des magnitudes de 2,5 à 2,8.

This 2-picture combo show the bell tower of Amatrice, central Italy, still standing after the Aug. 24, 2016 earthquake, left, and partially collapsed after the earthquake of Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Another powerful earthquake shook Central Italy on Sunday, sending panicked residents running into piazzas, raining boulders onto highways and toppling a Benedictine cathedral and other historic edifices that had withstood several recent quakes. (AP Photo)
This 2-picture combo show the bell tower of Amatrice, central Italy, still standing after the Aug. 24, 2016 earthquake, left, and partially collapsed after the earthquake of Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Another powerful earthquake shook Central Italy on Sunday, sending panicked residents running into piazzas, raining boulders onto highways and toppling a Benedictine cathedral and other historic edifices that had withstood several recent quakes. (AP Photo) ©KEYSTONE
A view of the facade of the San Benedetto Basilica, in Norcia, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. A powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central and southern Italy hit by quake in August and a pair of aftershocks last week, sending already quake-damaged buildings crumbling after a week of temblors that have left thousands homeless. (Matteo Guidelli/ANSA via AP))
A view of the facade of the San Benedetto Basilica, in Norcia, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. A powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central and southern Italy hit by quake in August and a pair of aftershocks last week, sending already quake-damaged buildings crumbling after a week of temblors that have left thousands homeless. (Matteo Guidelli/ANSA via AP)) ©ANSA
epa05609939 The Cathedral of Santa Maria Argentea destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Norcia, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI
epa05609939 The Cathedral of Santa Maria Argentea destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Norcia, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI ©KEYSTONE
A man rides a bicycle past cracks in a road in Norcia, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Central Italy was hit by another powerful earthquake Sunday, toppling buildings that had recently withstood other major quakes and sending panicked residents back into the streets, but causing no immediate loss of life.  (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
A man rides a bicycle past cracks in a road in Norcia, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Central Italy was hit by another powerful earthquake Sunday, toppling buildings that had recently withstood other major quakes and sending panicked residents back into the streets, but causing no immediate loss of life. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia) ©KEYSTONE
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Argentea is destroyed in Norcia, Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Another powerful earthquake shook central Italy on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, sending panicked residents running into piazzas, raining boulders onto highways and toppling the Benedictine cathedral and other historic edifices that had withstood several recent quakes. (Matteo Guidelli/ANSA via AP)
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Argentea is destroyed in Norcia, Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Another powerful earthquake shook central Italy on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, sending panicked residents running into piazzas, raining boulders onto highways and toppling the Benedictine cathedral and other historic edifices that had withstood several recent quakes. (Matteo Guidelli/ANSA via AP) ©ANSA
epa05609596 Debris after a wall collapse following the strong earthquake that hit Norcia, central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/ITALIAN ARMY / HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
epa05609596 Debris after a wall collapse following the strong earthquake that hit Norcia, central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/ITALIAN ARMY / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES ©KEYSTONE
epa05609615 A building damaged in L'Aquila after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/ALBERTO ORSINI
epa05609615 A building damaged in L'Aquila after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/ALBERTO ORSINI ©KEYSTONE
Rubble of a collapsed building in L'Aquila, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. A powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central and southern Italy hit by quake in August and a pair of aftershocks last week, sending already quake-damaged buildings crumbling after a week of temblors that have left thousands homeless.   (Alberto Orsini/ANSA via AP)
Rubble of a collapsed building in L'Aquila, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. A powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central and southern Italy hit by quake in August and a pair of aftershocks last week, sending already quake-damaged buildings crumbling after a week of temblors that have left thousands homeless. (Alberto Orsini/ANSA via AP) ©ANSA
epa05609725 A cemetery damaged in Castelsantangelo sul Nera after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/LUCA LAVIOLA
epa05609725 A cemetery damaged in Castelsantangelo sul Nera after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/LUCA LAVIOLA ©KEYSTONE
epa05609800 A view of Amatrice village completely destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/ITALIAN FIRE FIGHTERS / HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
epa05609800 A view of Amatrice village completely destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/ITALIAN FIRE FIGHTERS / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES ©KEYSTONE
epa05609791 An aerial view of Amatrice village after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/ITALIAN FIRE FIGHTERS / HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
epa05609791 An aerial view of Amatrice village after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/ITALIAN FIRE FIGHTERS / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES ©KEYSTONE
epa05609913 A view of Norcia village destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI
epa05609913 A view of Norcia village destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI ©KEYSTONE
epa05609906 The Church of San Francesco destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Norcia, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI
epa05609906 The Church of San Francesco destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Norcia, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI ©KEYSTONE
epa05609896 The Basilica of San Benedetto destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Norcia, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI
epa05609896 The Basilica of San Benedetto destroyed after the strong earthquake in central Italy, Norcia, Umbria Region, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI ©KEYSTONE
A woman on a wheelchair is carried away by rescuers in Norcia, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. A powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central and southern Italy hit by quake in August and a pair of aftershocks last week, sending already quake-damaged buildings crumbling after a week of temblors that have left thousands homeless. (Matteo Crocchioni/ANSA via AP)
A woman on a wheelchair is carried away by rescuers in Norcia, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. A powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central and southern Italy hit by quake in August and a pair of aftershocks last week, sending already quake-damaged buildings crumbling after a week of temblors that have left thousands homeless. (Matteo Crocchioni/ANSA via AP) ©ANSA
epa05609595 Debris and cracked buildings following the strong earthquake that hit Norcia, central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/ITALIAN ARMY / HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
epa05609595 Debris and cracked buildings following the strong earthquake that hit Norcia, central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/ITALIAN ARMY / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES ©KEYSTONE
epa05609594 Debris after a wall collapse following the strong earthquake that hit Norcia, central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/ITALIAN ARMY / HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
epa05609594 Debris after a wall collapse following the strong earthquake that hit Norcia, central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/ITALIAN ARMY / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES ©KEYSTONE
epa05609593 A building collapsed in L'Aquila after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016.  EPA/CLAUDIO LATTANZIO
epa05609593 A building collapsed in L'Aquila after the strong earthquake in central Italy, 30 October 2016. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck 6km north of Norcia, Italy, on 30 October 2016. EPA/CLAUDIO LATTANZIO ©KEYSTONE
Residents rest in a sport center where they found a temporary shelter in the town of Camerino, central Italy, in the early hours of Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August. (Massimo Percossi/ANSA via AP)
Residents rest in a sport center where they found a temporary shelter in the town of Camerino, central Italy, in the early hours of Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August. (Massimo Percossi/ANSA via AP) ©ANSA
epa05606615 Residents rest at a temporary shelter inside a warehouse in the town of Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016, following a 5.9 earthquake that destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled on 27 October, to find housing for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy, which was previously hit by a deadly quake last August.  EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
epa05606615 Residents rest at a temporary shelter inside a warehouse in the town of Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016, following a 5.9 earthquake that destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled on 27 October, to find housing for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy, which was previously hit by a deadly quake last August. EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605862 The damaged facade of a hotel in Visso, near Macerata, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, Visso, Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18.  EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI
epa05605862 The damaged facade of a hotel in Visso, near Macerata, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, Visso, Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18. EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI ©KEYSTONE
epa05606611 Residents rest at a temporary shelter inside a warehouse in the town of Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016, following a 5.9 earthquake that destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled on 27 October, to find housing for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy, which was previously hit by a deadly quake last August.  EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
epa05606611 Residents rest at a temporary shelter inside a warehouse in the town of Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016, following a 5.9 earthquake that destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled on 27 October, to find housing for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy, which was previously hit by a deadly quake last August. EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI ©KEYSTONE
Italian Premier Matteo Renzi salutes after his visit to Camerino, central Italy, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August, hoping to prevent a second night for them on the street or in cars.  (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
Italian Premier Matteo Renzi salutes after his visit to Camerino, central Italy, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August, hoping to prevent a second night for them on the street or in cars. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
epa05606614 Members of an emergency team assist an elderly woman as residents rest at a temporary shelter inside a warehouse in the town of Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016, following a 5.9 earthquake that destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled on 27 October, to find housing for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy, which was previously hit by a deadly quake last August.  EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
epa05606614 Members of an emergency team assist an elderly woman as residents rest at a temporary shelter inside a warehouse in the town of Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016, following a 5.9 earthquake that destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled on 27 October, to find housing for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy, which was previously hit by a deadly quake last August. EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605979 A damaged church in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18.  EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI
epa05605979 A damaged church in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18. EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605984 Italian soldiers unload supplies at a reception center set up by the Civil Protection for those affected by the earthquake in Visso, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18.  EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI
epa05605984 Italian soldiers unload supplies at a reception center set up by the Civil Protection for those affected by the earthquake in Visso, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18. EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605977 A general view of damaged church in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18.  EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI
epa05605977 A general view of damaged church in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18. EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI ©KEYSTONE
A view of a damaged church in the village of Visso, Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town.  Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi)
A view of a damaged church in the village of Visso, Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
epa05606274 The destroyed church of San Salvatore in Campi di Norcia, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy the previous evening, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV). The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18 on 26 October.  EPA/TOMMASO CROCCHIONI
epa05606274 The destroyed church of San Salvatore in Campi di Norcia, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy the previous evening, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV). The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18 on 26 October. EPA/TOMMASO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605864 The damaged facade of a building in Visso, near Macerata, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, Visso, Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18.  EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI
epa05605864 The damaged facade of a building in Visso, near Macerata, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, Visso, Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy on 26 October, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV) said Thursday. The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18. EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI ©KEYSTONE
A view of the facade of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, dating back to 1300, in the small town of Ussita in central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, damaged after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi)
A view of the facade of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, dating back to 1300, in the small town of Ussita in central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, damaged after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
The damaged post office in Visso, central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, following an earthquake that destroyed part of the neighborhood. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi)
The damaged post office in Visso, central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, following an earthquake that destroyed part of the neighborhood. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
A view of the collapsed bell tower of the Santa Maria in Via church in the town of Camerino, in central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities began early Thursday to assess the damage caused by a pair of strong quakes in the same region of central Italy hit by the deadly August temblor, as local officials appealed for temporary housing adequate for the cold mountain temperatures with winter’s approach. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
A view of the collapsed bell tower of the Santa Maria in Via church in the town of Camerino, in central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities began early Thursday to assess the damage caused by a pair of strong quakes in the same region of central Italy hit by the deadly August temblor, as local officials appealed for temporary housing adequate for the cold mountain temperatures with winter‚Äôs approach. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
epa05605657 Firefighters help university students to recover their personal belongings from damaged houses in Camerino, near Macerata, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy the previous evening, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV). The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18 on 26 October.  EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI
epa05605657 Firefighters help university students to recover their personal belongings from damaged houses in Camerino, near Macerata, a day after two big earthquakes shook central Italy, 27 October 2016. At least 200 aftershocks followed the first of two big earthquakes to hit central Italy the previous evening, the National Institute of Geophysics (INGV). The first 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 19:10 Italian time and was followed by an even bigger one, of magnitude 5.9, at 21:18 on 26 October. EPA/CRISTIANO CHIODI ©KEYSTONE
A view of the damaged Pietro Capuzi school in Visso, Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town.  Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi)
A view of the damaged Pietro Capuzi school in Visso, Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 after a 5.9 earthquake destroyed part of the town. Authorities scrambled to find housing Thursday for thousands of people displaced by a pair of strong earthquakes that struck the same region of central Italy hit by a deadly quake in August. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
epa05605063 Evacuated people spend the night in a hangar of busses used as a temporary shelter, in Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016. Rescue teams are on their way to isolated villages near the epicenter of a 5.4-magnitude quake that struck central Italy on 26 October evening. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV).  EPA/ROBERTO ALMONTI
epa05605063 Evacuated people spend the night in a hangar of busses used as a temporary shelter, in Camerino, Marche Region, central Italy, 27 October 2016. Rescue teams are on their way to isolated villages near the epicenter of a 5.4-magnitude quake that struck central Italy on 26 October evening. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV). EPA/ROBERTO ALMONTI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605082 Rescue teams walk over the rubble after two strong earthquakes hit the region, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 26 October 2016. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV).  EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI
epa05605082 Rescue teams walk over the rubble after two strong earthquakes hit the region, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 26 October 2016. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV). EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05604680 A serviceman walks past rubble as rescue operations begin after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016.  EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI
epa05604680 A serviceman walks past rubble as rescue operations begin after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016. EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605037 Evacuated people spend the night at the Centro della Croce Rossa (Red Cross headquater) in Visso, Marche Region, Italy, 27 October 2016. Rescue teams are on their way to isolated villages near the epicenter of a 5.4-magnitude quake that struck central Italy on 26 October evening.  EPA/TOMMASO CROCCHIONI
epa05605037 Evacuated people spend the night at the Centro della Croce Rossa (Red Cross headquater) in Visso, Marche Region, Italy, 27 October 2016. Rescue teams are on their way to isolated villages near the epicenter of a 5.4-magnitude quake that struck central Italy on 26 October evening. EPA/TOMMASO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05604684 A man stops to look at rubble and rescue operations after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016.  EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI
epa05604684 A man stops to look at rubble and rescue operations after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016. EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05604734 A man is helped by servicemen as rescue operations begin after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016.  EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI
epa05604734 A man is helped by servicemen as rescue operations begin after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016. EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05604683 People walk past rubble as rescue operations begin after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016.  EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI
epa05604683 People walk past rubble as rescue operations begin after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy, in Villa Sant'Antonio village, near Visso, Marche region, Italy, 26 october 2016. EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05604806 Debris is seen in the streets after the 5.4 and 6.1 earthquakes in Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 27 October 2016.  EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI
epa05604806 Debris is seen in the streets after the 5.4 and 6.1 earthquakes in Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 27 October 2016. EPA/MATTEO GUIDELLI ©KEYSTONE
Firfighters inspect the damages in Visso, central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, following an earthquake that destroyed part of the neighborhood. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi)
Firfighters inspect the damages in Visso, central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, following an earthquake that destroyed part of the neighborhood. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
A damaged building in Visso, central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, following an earthquake that destroyed part of the neighborhood. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi)
A damaged building in Visso, central Italy, Thursday, Oct 27, 2016, following an earthquake that destroyed part of the neighborhood. A pair of strong aftershocks shook central Italy late Wednesday, crumbling churches and buildings, knocking out power and sending panicked residents into the rain-drenched streets just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people. (AP Photo/Sandro Perozzi) ©Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
epa05605057 A view of a damaged building in the aftermath of two strong earthquakes hitting the region, in Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 27 October 2016. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV).  EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI
epa05605057 A view of a damaged building in the aftermath of two strong earthquakes hitting the region, in Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 27 October 2016. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV). EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605036 Evacuated people spend the night at the Centro della Croce Rossa (Red Cross headquater) in Visso, Marche Region, Italy, 27 October 2016. Rescue teams are on their way to isolated villages near the epicenter of a 5.4-magnitude quake that struck central Italy on 26 October evening.  EPA/TOMMASO CROCCHIONI
epa05605036 Evacuated people spend the night at the Centro della Croce Rossa (Red Cross headquater) in Visso, Marche Region, Italy, 27 October 2016. Rescue teams are on their way to isolated villages near the epicenter of a 5.4-magnitude quake that struck central Italy on 26 October evening. EPA/TOMMASO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
epa05605054 A view of a damaged building as rescue teams operate at the first light of the day in the aftermath of two strong earthquakes hitting the region, in Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 27 October 2016. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV).  EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI
epa05605054 A view of a damaged building as rescue teams operate at the first light of the day in the aftermath of two strong earthquakes hitting the region, in Visso, Marche region, central Italy, 27 October 2016. Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy on 26 October evening, a 5.4 and a 5.9-magnitude, according to Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV). EPA/MATTEO CROCCHIONI ©KEYSTONE
par Olivier Hugon