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Crete is a major travel and tourism region in Greece.

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Crete is a major travel and tourism region in Greece. A 6.4 magnitude earthquake was measured at 1311 UTC time or 1611 local time 28 km off Platanos, Crete, Greece in the Mediterranean sea (48 km depths).

The earthquake was 64 km off Chania, 168 km off Irakleion or 271 km off Athens.

This earthquake was followed with a 3.3 aftershock at 1333 UTC or 1633 local time.

An eye witness said: The water in the swimming pool was very disturbed and a lot spilled over the infinity side.

No reports of damages or injuries are available yet. ETN will monitor the situation.

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