Locals flee as Greece earthquake shakes warehouse

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Locals fled in panic as a magnitude 6.3 earthquake shook a warehouse in Crete island in Greece on Tuesday morning.

CCTV shows the tremors rocking the building’s railings while people inside rushed to the pavement on October 12.

The strong quake struck underwater at a depth of 2km off the eastern coast of Crete at 12.24 p.m. local time, according to the Geodynamic Institute in Athens.

No damage or injuries were immediately reported.

Deadly tremors also struck Crete last month, killing one person and causing severe structural damage to buildings.