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More than 60 aftershocks after the earthquake in Greece, many of people were injured and some houses were damaged

More than 60 aftershocks after the earthquake in Greece many of people were injured and some houses were damaged

On October 31, local time, according to the Institute of Geodynamics of the National Astronomical Observatory of Athens, after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake occurred in the Aegean Sea on the afternoon of the 30th, as of 5 am on the 31st, more than 60 aftershocks occurred in the sea.

Most aftershocks are below 3 on the Richter scale. At present, the earthquake on the 30th caused part of the walls in Greece to collapse, resulting in the deaths of two minors, a 15-year-old boy and a 17-year-old girl.

Sadly, the father of the 15-year-old boy who was killed was a news reporter. When the boy was in misfortune, he was doing news reports about the earthquake.

In addition, another 2 people were transferred to the hospital in the capital Athens for treatment within 30 nights due to serious injuries. Another 19 wounded received first aid and received treatment at the local hospital in Samos.

According to information from the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Greece, relevant personnel are making statistics on the injured people on Samos Island caused by the earthquake.

Current statistics show that nearly a hundred buildings have been damaged. The Ministry of Civil Protection and the Ministry of Infrastructure of Greece have set up tents for residents who lost their homes due to the destruction of their houses.

Today, the relevant personnel will conduct a more detailed assessment of the post-earthquake losses on the island.

It is reported that Greek Prime Minister Mizotaki will arrive on Samos later on the 31st to assess the situation and guide related work after the earthquake.

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