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Shock twist as woman calls her mum after Italy earthquake fearing the worst… but makes an even more horrifying discovery

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A WOMAN called to check on her estranged mum after an earthquake – but was horrified to discover she had already died two months earlier.
The women had previously fallen out over a family split, but she decided to try and call in after her near-death experience.
The 5.9 magnitude earthquake rocked buildings and led crowds of onlookers to fill the streets to survey the damage3The 5.9 magnitude earthquake rocked buildings and led crowds of onlookers to fill the streets to survey the damageCredit: NewsflashSchools in Pesaro, Italy were forced to evacuate following the quake on November 93Schools in Pesaro, Italy were forced to evacuate following the quake on November 9Credit: RexBut when the daughter could not reach her mum on the phone after a quake near her home in Ancona, Italy, she desperately called the police.
This led rescuers to make the gruesome discovery of her mum’s heavily decomposed body after she already died weeks before the tremor.
The daughter, who has not been named, made the shocking cold call when a 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit on Italy’s Adriatic coast on November 9.
After making the grisly discovery, a coroner later confirmed that the OAP had been decomposing for at least two months.
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The woman, originally from Vallo della Lucania, in the province of Salerno, had been living in Ancona for years.
However, she had no relatives nearby and no one had paid her a visit, according to local media.
The 5.6 magnitude earthquake rippled across southern Europe, striking Italy, Croatia, San Marino and Vatican City.

Images from the aftermath show evacuated schools and throngs of onlookers crowded around damaged buildings.
Its epicentre was nearby to the bereaved woman, hitting 15 miles off the coast of the port town of Senigallia on Italy’s Adriatic coast.
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The tremor rippled across southern Europe and destroyed buildings3The tremor rippled across southern Europe and destroyed buildingsCredit: Rex
Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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