Strong earthquake hits Greece
The epicenter of the 6.0 magnitude earthquake was near Crete, EMSC is reporting.
The epicenter was near Crete, while the earthquake was a 6 magnitude, according to EMSC.
According to the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center, the epicenter of the earthquake is located in the marine area northwest of Crete.
"This was the strongest I ever felt. The house shook a lot. It was scary," a Greek located 47 km from the epicenter, wrote.
"I was in bed, everything was shaking, it was scary," another wrote.
"I was at work when it started. It shook strongly and it lasted a long time," another user said.
According to Greek media, a powerful earthquake occurred at 9:23 am local time.
A strong earthquake hit Athens and the Peloponnese, the media added.
Strong earthquake hit #Greece :(
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