It's daylight now in central Italy, which gives rescuers a few precious hours for a mad scramble to dig as many survivors out from the rubble before darkness plunges the region and the lack of electricity makes the job impossible. At least 37 people are dead after a 6.2 magnitude quake
struck three villages in a mountainous area. The tremors were so strong they rattled Rome -- about 100 miles away. "We're digging, digging... hoping to find someone alive," the mayor of one of the villages said. Rescue workers called residents' cellphones, and tried to get to those who answered. If there was no answer, they moved on to the next person. You can follow the latest on the quake here.