Firefighters in Italy rescued an infant early Tuesday from the rubble of an Earthquake that killed at least two people and trapped three dozen others after it struck the resort island of Ischia hours earlier.
Video shows several firefighters working to rescue the baby. As the crying infant is pulled from the rubble, onlookers applaud the firefighters.
Watch the video above.
The baby was rescued from the northern part of the island, which was hit the hardest by the magnitude 4.0 earthquake.
According to a doctor at the Rizzoli Hospital, some 20 people were being treated for minor injuries at a makeshift emergency room set up on hospital grounds.
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