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E' salito a 123 morti il bilancio delle vittime causate dal sisma che ha devastato alcune zone tra Lazio, Umbria e Marche.Ai 120 morti annunciati dal premier Renzi si sono aggiunte in serata tre vittime nella zona di Pescara del Tronto nelle Marche.
È di almeno 120 morti il bilancio del sisma di magnitudo 6 che alle 3,36 della scorsa notte ha scosso il centro Italia, devastando una serie di centri tra Lazio, Umbria e Marche. Il numero lo ha fornito il premier Matteo Renzi, ma il bilancio potrebbe ancora aumentare.
Sono migliaia gli sfollati mentre si continua a scavare nei centri colpiti, ancora al centro di uno sciame sismico come conferma l'Ingv. La situazione sismica nella zona del terremoto infatti"continua ad essere di forte attivita con molte repliche che si susseguono nell'area".
Jessica May escaped New Orleans days before Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 and made a new life in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. All was going well until one month ago, when her home went up in flames, she said. After the fire, she and her partner, Denard Singleton, moved with their six kids, ages 10 to 4, into Singleton's parents' home in Denham Springs. Then, on August 13, she had to flee rising waters once again -- this time, from the Amite River. May and her family were among tens of thousands of people forced from their homes this weekend in the state's historic and deadly flood. More than 20 inches of rain have fallen in and around Baton Rouge since last week, and more is on the way, forecasters said. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue through the week. The National Weather Service posted flood warnings through Tuesday afternoon. The disaster is blamed for at least nine deaths. By CNN's count, based on contact with officials in affected parishes, six deaths were confirmed in East Baton Rouge Parish, two in St. Helena Parish and one in Tangipahoa Parish. The U.S. Coast Guard and other first responders rescued more than 20,000 people over the weekend. Civilians helped out in some cases. In one remarkable example captured on video, David Phung pulled a woman and her dog from her car after it had plunged underwater. ...
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