This morning rescuers were digging among snow and ruins where the Rigopiano Hotel in Farindola, Pescara, has been swamped by an avalanche caused by a quake. After a long night of digging, they finally found 6 people alive beneath the ruins, at the beginning. Helicopters have been activated and took survived away from ruins, provinding first care.
AT 01:00 p.m. 8 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN FOUND ALIVE AND SAVED
Italian Civil Protection confirmed that 8 people have been saved. Among them there are 2 children. There could be other news.
Angelo Porcu, Fire Fighters assistant manager for emergencies, says:
“We rescued a little girl and her mother. From a first care, they seem in good conditions. We are still rescuing other people from ruins. This is a good piece of news, however we do not lose our faith!”