Aegean earthquake caused 81 deaths. search and rescue activities are still
November 2 Reuters,: earthquake occurred in the Aegean Sea on October 30, local time, affecting parts of Greece and Turkey.
As of November 2, the number of victims of the earthquake has risen to 81.
At present, rescue work is still continuing after the earthquake.
On October 30, local time, a strong earthquake occurred in the Aegean Sea, affecting parts of Greece and Turkey.
According to reports, the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Agency (AFAD)
stated that 81 people have been killed in the earthquake, of which 79 people were from the Turkish province of Izmir.
Another two people were killed on the Greek island of Samos. In addition, 962 people were injured in the earthquake.
According to the report, the post-earthquake rescue work in Izmir Province is still continuing.
AFAD also stated that more than 3,500 tents and 13,000 beds have been provided to temporary shelters in the disaster area.
According to previous reports, a strong earthquake occurred in the Aegean Sea on the afternoon of October 30, local time.
Izmir in Turkey and Samos Island in Greece were severely affected, and a large number of buildings were damaged.
The strong earthquake also triggered small tsunamis in Izmir and Samos.
The streets of Vati, the main port town of Samos, were flooded by sea.