“So much fear, but as far as we know at the moment there should be no damage to people or things”
“The shock felt very strongI live on a ground floor and I saw the plants in the garden swaying. “This is what Adnkronos says mayor of Ancona, Valeria Mancinelli, telling of today’s earthquake in the Marche. “The fright was a lot and a lot of people took to the streets”, she reports.
“So much fear, but as far as we know at the moment there should be no damage to people or things”, he later stated, explaining that “at the moment there is no significant and evident damage”.
“There have been no collapses”, he told Adnkronos Mancinelli again, adding that “the fall of some rubble” was reported. “Checks are underway in public buildings, the precautionary closure of all schools, museums and theaters has been ordered to check for any damage that may not be immediately visible”, he stressed.