Earthquake in Turkey and Greece leaves at least two dead in Kos
6.5 magnitude quake struck overnight between Bodrum and Greek islands, injuring another 200 people.
Tourists described the violent quake and aftershocks. Michael Heckmann, on holiday in Kos from Germany with his wife and four children.
told the reporters: “It was very scary – the whole room was shaking when the earthquake hit. We were woken up when the beds were shaking and bending. When I stood up I was still being shaken and the whole room seemed to be moving around.
“It was really frightening. I woke up all my kids and told them we had to get outside. It was my first earthquake and was very scary.”
“Everybody got out of the hotel and we stayed outside the buildings for about an hour and then the hotel management told us it was safe to go back into the buildings.”