Another earthquake has hit the town of Amatrice, in Italy – just three days after a massive quake killed at least 250.
The massive aftershock struck the already devastated town in central Italy at around 6.28am (local time), on Friday.
The epicentre was about three miles north east of the town – where rescue workers were still battling to find survivors from the first quake.
Each time an aftershock hits, the hundreds of rescuers in place have to stop their efforts to find survivors and move away from buildings.
A 4.3 magnitude aftershock hit the area on Thursday but the US Geological Survey and witnesses on the scene said this was much stronger.