A shocking video has shown the moment Rome City shook after being hit by a 3.3 magnitude earthquake hit the city earlier this morning.
Following the ease of coronavirus lockdown in Rome, a 3.3 magnitude earthquake hit 10 miles north of the Italian capital. It was also captured in a webcam footage.
According to firefighters, residents said they heard a loud roaring noise for around 30 seconds just before the shaking started, sending people running into the streets.
There are no reports of damage or injuries so far.
Rome City shaking after reportedly being hit by earthquake of 3.5 magnitude. pic.twitter.com/YFjyFRIblK
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