#Turkey #Greece #earthquake. As per previous earthquakes in the region, amateur radio emergency teams tend to operate on 7150 & 3777. https://t.co/6oaDIhpsPX@IARU_R1 will likely update.. pic.twitter.com/FXBom3wrZD
— DX World.net (@DX_World) October 30, 2020
A major earthquake caused damage in Turkey and Greece Friday.
The quake was given a preliminary magnitude rating of 7.0 by the U.S. Geological Survey. It was centered in the Aegean Sea about 8.5 miles northeast of Neon Karlovasion, on the north side of the island of Samos, off the coast of Turkey.
Local news said there were reports of fallen buildings and large waves on Samos. Video posted on Twitter showed what appeared to be a collapsed building in Izmir, Turkey. [Read more..]
— Giuseppe Petricca (@gmrpetricca) October 30, 2020
— Global News Network (@GlobalNews77) October 30, 2020
BREAKING: A #tsunami warning has been issued after an #earthquake with a magnitude of up to 7.0 struck #Turkey's #Aegean coast, north of the Greek island of #Samos. Vision has emerged of what's reportedly tsunami-related flooding in #Seferihisar, south-west of #Izmir #deprem pic.twitter.com/EP9JGDHwkZ
— Auskar Surbakti (@AuskarSurbakti) October 30, 2020