Earthquake in Aegean causes tsunami at coast of Turkey’s touristic town of Bodrum
21.07.2017 10:14 BİRGÜN DAİLY

At around 1:31 on Friday (July 21) morning, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit the Aegean Sea, near the Muğla province of Turkey and it was followed with over 90 aftershocks with an average magnitude of 4, according to reports of DHA of Turkey.

Districts of Bodrum and Datça got impacted the most in Turkey, while in Greece, it was the Kos Island, where two people – nationals of Turkey and Sweden – got killed, as The Guardian reported. There are nearly 200 injured.

Kandilli Observatory of Turkey announced that a tsunami in length of 10 cm – which lasted for about 3 minutes - hit the touristic town of Bodrum causing 16 restaurants and shops on the coast to get flooded.