Sniffer dogs, earthmovers, and other heavy equipment are arriving in central Italy to help following a power earthquake Wednesday morning.
The death toll from the magnitude-6 quake has risen to 120.
Crews continue to dig for survivors in the rubble, and tent cities are being set up to shelter the thousands of people left homeless.
Hardest hit were the towns of Accumoli, Amatrice and Pescara del Tronto.
The mayor of Amatrice says “the town isn’t here anymore.”
The quake hit just after 3:30 am, several aftershocks followed.
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