Greece New Video Emerges Showing Lesvos Landslide

New Video Emerges Showing Lesvos Landslide

Photo from a drone video of the area where the landslide happened Friday night

A new drone video shows the size of the destruction caused by a landslide that occurred on Friday night on Greece’s Lesvos island, near the famous town of Plomari.
The video was recorded by a drone belonging to scientists and geological experts from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Huge rocks fell from a hill overlooking the town and crashed down on the buildings beneath the mountain, fortunately resulting in no fatalities but causing a great deal of property damage.
The authorities have already decided to evacuate 29 buildings in the area, fifteen of which are private homes.

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