A series of mini-tsunamis hit the Greek island of Samos minutes after the strong earthquake measuring 6.7 on the Richter scale occurred under the Aegean Sea between Greece and Turkey.
Footage shows water flooding the streets in the capital city of the island, Vathy. Tavernas, cafes and other shops were flooded as authorities called on locals to avoid the shoreline.
According to local media, a series of at least three tsunamis hit Samos.
A tsunami has just hit Vathy town Samos, huge damage to property, as of yet only a few injured. Greek government expecting second tsunami #tsunami #samos #greece #earthquake pic.twitter.com/aVk0kabDKu
— Fareid Atta فريد عطا (@atta_fareid) October 30, 2020
Small tsunami hits Samos, second one expected pic.twitter.com/NV5kFjnrFr
— Ouzo Papadopoulos (@DIAS) October 30, 2020