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‘Huge rock’ crushes holiday rooms on Greek island of Crete, killing one

Police stated that a large rock fell from a hillside and crushed two rooms at a hotel on Crete, Greece. One woman from Slovenia was also killed while she slept and her young son was injured.

The Markos Studios was where the landslip took place, in the early hours of Sunday morning. The family-run resort offers rooms to rent on the beach, which is situated under a rocky hillside in Ierapetra.

According to police, the rock destroyed two rooms. According to police, the rock had caused damage in two rooms. Police said the rock had destroyed two rooms. The victim’s 51-year-old husband was in another area and was not injured.

The debris dug up the 47-year-old woman and her 8-year-old daughter.


After an hour spent digging through rubble 50 firefighters raced for help. The boy’s mother was killed.

The family was to depart Sunday.


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