Emergency officials continue to search through rubble after a powerful 6.6-magnitude earthquake in Italy.
The quake struck central and southern regions of the country on Sunday morning (around 2pm local time) forcing thousands to flee their homes in search of safety.
It’s believed to be the country’s most powerful earthquake in 30 years.
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has announced they will rebuild the centuries old cathedrals, homes and other buildings that have been severely damaged.
The earthquake forced a number of temporary closures at several tourist sites in Rome.
According to the head of Italy’s civil protection agency, there were no immediate reports of fatalities, however, that number is yet to be updated.
There were reports of multiple injuries.
The aftershock of Sunday’s earthquake was from the result of a powerful rumble back in August that killed nearly 300 people.
– With files from Neil Kumar.