There were reports of a powerful earthquake in central Italy on Wednesday, with witnesses saying it was felt in several parts of Molise and Abruzzo!

According to Italy’s National Institute of Geophysics, the quake measured 4.2 (Richter scale) and its epicentre was on the small town of Acquaviva di Collecroce.
According to the news agency, the tremor was felt the length of the region’s coast, up to Pescara in Abruzzo and as far south as Puglia.
No damage has been reported so far. Fire service said it had not received any requests for emergency rescues, but was preparing ground teams as a precaution.
Earlier on Wednesday a 3.5-magnitude earthquake was recorded between Muccia and Pieve Torina, further north  in the province of Macerata, in the Marche region.