Greece earthquake shakes grocery shop


A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck central Greece today (March 3). The quake originated 24 km northwest of Larissa in Thessaly, at 12:16 pm local time with a depth of 10km.

Footage shows a grocery shop in Kozani shaking as locals inside the building felt the tremors.

Shopkeeper Anneta said: ‘The earthquake was making the bells in the shop ring. I hope we have no casualties or damage.’