A magnitude 6.0 earthquake in northern Italy kills at least four people, causing "significant damage" to the region's cultural heritage.
- Kills at least four and damages buildings across Emilia Romagna region
- San Felice sul Panaro: 15th-Century castle severely damaged
- Finale Emilia: bell tower collapses, crushing cars
- Sant'Agostino: ceramic factory destroyed, killing two employees
- Tecopress di Dosso: worker dies when a factory roof collapses
- Buonacompra: historic church destroyed
- Tremor also felt in cities of Bologna, Modena, Ferrara, Rovigo, Verona and Mantua