Bologna residents slept in cars, tents and school gyms on Monday in fear of aftershocks after a magnitude-6.0 earthquake killed seven people in the north-east Italian city.
It was the strongest in hundreds of years and toppled a 13th-century clock tower and other centuries-old buildings.
Officials set up tent camps on football pitches for 3,000 people who couldn't or wouldn't go home.
Donatella Gadda, said she spent the night in her car because she was too afraid to sleep at home.
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