Another sharp quake hits central Italy

ROME (AP) — Fans fled a soccer stadium in a small Umbrian town and tourists hurried out of St. Francis Basilica in Assisi on Sunday when another sharp earthquake struck central Italy.
There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
The quake has a preliminary magnitude of 4.5, making it weaker than the 5.0 quake that jolted the region on Friday and damaged 300 homes. Friday’s quake was the strongest in several months of aftershocks following two killer quakes in September.
Some 1,500 fans rushed from Gualdo Tadino’s soccer stadium when the quake hit Sunday just two minutes before the end of a minor league match.
Sunday’s quake did no apparent damage to the Assisi basilica, whose lower-level church was filled with Palm Sunday visitors. The basilica’s upper level has been closed to the public since Sept. 26, when its ceiling collapsed during a quake.
Thousands of people have been sleeping in tents or trailers since the first quakes in September punched the region, leaving 10 dead. Many have refused to go back to repaired homes for fear of the aftershocks.