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Northern Italy on Tuesday was rocked by an earthquake for the second time in ten days.
The New York Times reports that the 5.8-magnitude quake left at least 15 dead, although that number may still grow as authorities get a better handle on the damage caused by the natural disaster, which hit just as workers and businesses in the region were attempting to return to normal after the previous earthquake on May 20.
The first quake killed seven and displaced several thousand more from their homes in the Emilia Romagna region, according to CNN. Both quakes were followed by aftershocks, including one with a 5.6 magnitude that followed shortly after Tuesday's earthquake.
Eyewitnesses tell CNN that roughly 70 percent of Cavezzo, one of the town's closest to the epicenter, was destroyed Tuesday. The Telegraph reports that the quake was felt as far away as Florence and Milan.