THE ITALIAN" DISASTER. FOUND T.V THE RUINS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright ROME, January 22. Two women and a child were rescued at Ave/.zano after being buried in the ruins for eight clays. They were uninjured, and in good health. A girl was »ntonibed by the earthquake at Senveline, for six days beneath 16ft of debris. Thn body of her rnothcr had pinned her feet, and a, sack of wheat was protecting her head. She kept herself alive by ealing the wheat, and when rescued apologised for the tattered state of her clothing. SEVERE SHOCKS .IX SPAIN. MANY VILLAGES IX R'CIXS. LONDON, January 22. The. 'Daily Express's' Madiid correspondent says that an earthquake on January 2 caused great damage. Eighteen villages arc in ruins in the Astnrias. and hi one place, 20 people were killed. Thenews was delayed through interrupted communications.
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EARTHQUAKES, Evening Star, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915