The earthquake, measuring 5.8 on the Richter Scale, has killed one person, according to Greek authorities, and injured several others. Numerous measurable aftershocks have also been felt in the area.
5.8-magnitude earthquake shook the island of Crete in southern Greece on Monday, the Athens Geodynamic Institute says. Authorities say there were no reports of any injuries, though two people were trapped in damaged buildings.
A strong earthquake measuring 5.8 shook Greece’s largest island Crete on Monday and one person was killed when a church dome collapsed, authorities said.
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Orion Judge The classically-educated among us will, firstly, be greatly pleased to see our education was not for nought, &, more importantly, know that Minoans, or “Cretans”, would present votive offerings at Minoan ‘peak sanctuaries’, to appease Gods’ rage so crises like these were averted.
Vaw51 Sending all the universal protective and positive energies to the people of Crete and any other locations impacted by this quake.