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The testimony of a Greek about the terrifying earthquake in Taiwan: “Things fell and broke – We were a little lucky in our misfortune”

A Greek living in the capital Taipei spoke about the terrifying 7.5 Richter earthquake in Taiwan. Speaking from the metro line where he was, he spoke of an unprecedented experience, as it was the biggest earthquake of the last 25 years in the country. “The little girl left for school, I had breakfast free, I said to sleep a little and as soon as I fell asleep the earthquake woke us up. Things fell and broke,” said Christos Sarantidis, speaking to SKAI. In Taiwan, he clarified that no buildings have fallen, while in Taipei there is damage to the subway, the line to the airport. “There is no panic, everything is working normally, we have been hearing fire ambulances since the morning, but the subway is working. I contacted the little girl's school in case we needed to pick her up, but everything is fine. We are fine, there is damage in Hualien, it is a beautiful area, our thoughts are with these people.” “Tomorrow we have a four-day holiday. If the earthquake happened tomorrow, when we have a holiday, things might have been worse. […]
Source: News Beast

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