AMATRICE, Italy (AP) - Aftershocks are adding to the anxiety and despair in central Italy, a day after a quake killed 250 people and leveled three small towns.
    
One aftershock today crumbled some buildings that had already been cracked yesterday, prompting authorities to close roads.
    
Firefighters and rescue crews using sniffer dogs have been working in teams in the areas that were hardest hit. They're not saying when their work will shift from saving lives to recovering bodies.
    
Firefighters are escorting earthquake survivors back to their homes - temporarily - to get some belongings left behind when they fled the shaking.