A solid quake has shaken the Greek capital of Athens, thumping out telephone systems and power in parts of the city.
The quake was enlisted at 5.1 greatness with a focal point about 22km (14 miles) north-west of Athens.
Athenians ran out into the roads and emptied tall structures as the tremor shook the capital for exactly 15 seconds.
There were no reports of genuine wounds however a few delayed repercussions have been felt.
The seismic tremor was especially felt in the focal point of Athens. There were reports that the flame administration protected over twelve individuals caught in lifts, following the power blackout.
Occupants posted film via web-based networking media of the effect of the shudder.