At least ten people have been injured after an earthquake triggered by a Mount Etna eruption rocked Italy.
The earthquake struck in eastern Sicily with residents fleeing their homes after the ground shook beneath them. It measured 4.8 on the Richter scale.
— ABC News (@ABC) December 26, 2018
Mount Etna: 4.8-magnitude earthquake jolts Sicily https://t.co/6HU4pkaQM0
— Simrunjit Bans (@Simrunjit) December 26, 2018
A 4.8 magnitude earthquake hit Sicily, Italy, after the Mount Etna volcano erupted. As a result, residents have fled their homes. https://t.co/UNc0SMBQhU
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) December 26, 2018
An earthquake triggered by Mount Etna's eruption jolted eastern Sicily before dawn Wednesday, injuring at least 10 people, damaging churches and houses on the volcano's slopes and prompting panicked villagers to flee their homes.https://t.co/5Tl3sMDxwl
— NBC Montana (@NBCMontana) December 26, 2018
Moment BBC crew caught in Mount Etna explosion https://t.co/UG7pMHM47L
— Dave Royal 🎧 (@daveroyaldj) December 26, 2018