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>> The tourist packed Italian island of Ischia has been hit by a deadly earthquake. At least two people have been killed and 25 injured in the magnitude 4 quake on Monday night. And about 10 people are still unaccounted for. Buildings and a church collapsed on island off the coast of Naples just before 9 PM local time.
Resident and tourists ran out onto the streets from homes and hotels.>>
>> Fireman cheered as they pulled a dust covered man to safety in the town of Casamicciola. And this photo shows a baby boy being rescued from the rubble. Others, though, were not so fortunate. One woman died when she was hit by falling masonry.
Helicopters and a ferry boat have brought in extra rescue workers from the mainland. It comes just a few days before the first anniversary of a major quake that killed nearly 300 people in central Italy, most of them in the town of Amatrice.