At least four people have died so far.
A powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck the Aegean Sea along the Turkey coastline on Friday, around 11:51 a.m. local time. Tragically, in the city of Izmir, more than 20 buildings have collapsed, and there are reportedly more than 120 people injured and four people confirmed dead.
As a result, tsunami-related flooding is occurring in Izmir, currently:
BREAKING: A #tsunami warning has been issued after an #earthquake with a magnitude of up to 7.0 struck #Turkey's #Aegean coast, north of the Greek island of #Samos. Vision has emerged of what's reportedly tsunami-related flooding in #Seferihisar, south-west of #Izmir #deprem pic.twitter.com/EP9JGDHwkZ— Auskar Surbakti (@AuskarSurbakti) October 30, 2020
Another tsunami footage from the earthquake in Izmir province of Turkey.— Ragıp Soylu (@ragipsoylu) October 30, 2020
This one is really dangerous pic.twitter.com/62zfddWSi8
Nearby Samos Island, Greece, was also affected.
Courtesy of United States Geological Survey
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.