Earthquake In Greece: 6.4 Quake Hits Chania, Crete (Video)

A magnitude 6.4 earthquake occured in Chania, Crete in Greece at 4:12 p.m on Saturday. Its epicenter was located from 14 miles underwater.

Earthquake In Greece

The Athens Observatory measured the quake at 6.2 magnitude, but the US Geological Survey (USGS) placed it at magnitude 6.4, news website The Inquisitr noted.

The report said Chania deputy mayor Manoussos Lionakis told the Associated Press that the earthquake “was very strong and lasted long.”

No reports of serious damage so far, but Lionakis reportedly said there were “some rock falls in a ravine west of the city” and “a bus was trapped.”

It was fortunate that no one was hurt or injured in the incident.

Here’s a CCTv footage that captured the earthquake in Greece. There was no major devastation, but notice that a couple food stuff were falling from the shelves and the store was shaking for long.