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Second killer quake hits northern Italy
Thousands homeless » At least 15 people were killed, about 200 injured and seven are missing.


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Residents had just been taking tentative steps toward resuming normal life when the second quake struck. In Sant’Agostino, a daycare center had just reopened.

In the town of Concordia, the mayor had scheduled a town meeting Tuesday evening to discuss the aftermath of the first quake. Instead, mayor Carlo Marchini confirmed the death of one person struck by falling debris in the town’s historic center.

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Italy’s friendly soccer match against Luxembourg, a warm-up match for the Euro 2012 championships, was canceled. The game had been scheduled to be played Tuesday in Parma, just 40 miles west of the quake.




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