A 6.6 Earthquake occurred in Aegean Sea Izmir Felt it Strong and many houses collapsed
According to information released by the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Agency (AFAD), at 14:51 on October 30, local time, a 6.6 magnitude earthquake occurred in
Aegean Sea near Izmir, a city in western Turkey, with a focal depth of 16.54 kilometers. The earthquake was felt strongly in Izmir, Turkey, and it was felt in many places around Izmir.
It is reported that the earthquake caused damage or collapse of many houses in Izmir.
The Turkish Interior Minister said that at least
six houses in Izmir had collapsed.
Many people ran out of their houses because of fear.
The Turkish disaster and emergency management agency warned people not to enter damaged houses. Relevant rescue work has been launched, and a large number of local fire trucks, medical staff, police, etc. have been dispatched to rescue the disaster.