Tsunami after severe earthquake in Greece and Turkey, fear of severe damage

The tremors were felt in the city of Izmir to the west of Tuki on Friday and severely damaged buildings and other buildings, the city’s mayor’s office reported. Greek public television said the earthquake also caused a mini tsunami on the eastern Aegean island of Samos and damaged buildings.

The mayor’s office spokesman said the tremor was felt in the city of Izmir and its magnitude is estimated at 6.6 on the Richter scale. Previously, the Office for National Disaster and Emergency Management reported the same intensity of the earthquake. The epicenter is in Seferlissier near Izmir. Many homes and buildings suffered significant damage from the earthquake.

The government broadcaster NTV announced that we have received information about damage to several buildings in the districts of Buka, Berakli and Bornova.