The Latest: Italian rescuers save 3rd brother after quake | Miami Herald

This handout picture provided by Italian Carabinieri police shows rescuers at work among damaged houses in the island of Ischia, southern Italy, Tuesday, August 22, 2017. An earthquake rattled the Italian resort island of Ischia at the peak of tourist season Monday night, killing at least one person and trapping a half dozen others, including children, under collapsed homes. Italy’s national vulcanology agency put the initial magnitude at 3.6, though it revised it to a 4.0 sustained magnitude with a shallow depth of 5 kilometers 3 miles) in the waters just off the island.

Italian firefighters say they have extracted the third and final brother from the rubble of their home that collapsed in a 4.0-magnitude quake on the resort island of Ischia.

Source: The Latest: Italian rescuers save 3rd brother after quake | Miami Herald

Pa. teacher dies tragically on vacation | PennLive.com

Sharon Regoli Ciferno, 50, a beloved sixth-grade social studies teacher in western Pa., was sitting on a balcony during a vacation to Mexico when she lost her balance and fell. She died of her injuries Monday, casting a pall over the start of classes in her now-mourning school district.(screen shot via Tribune-Review/TribLive.com)

It will be a very somber beginning to the new school year in western Pennsylvania.

Source: Pa. teacher dies tragically on vacation | PennLive.com

UPDATE: Brother of Pa. teacher killed on vacation provides details of ‘tragic accident’

Sierra Leone: fears of second mudslide as week of national mourning begins

A week of national mourning will be held in Sierra Leone as emergency workers struggle to recover hundreds of people who remain buried following a mudslide on Monday morning.

Almost 400 bodies have been found so far, with a further 600 people still unaccounted for, according to the Red Cross.

UN evaluates risk of further landslides or flooding amid ongoing search for 600 people who remain missing after fatal disaster that has so far claimed 400 lives

Source: Sierra Leone: fears of second mudslide as week of national mourning begins