Several old buildings collapsed from a 5.6 magnitude earthquake that hit northwestern Greece in the early hours of Saturday. There have been no reports of injuries from the tremor which struck at 02:49 in the morning.

According to the Geodynamic Institute of Athens it’s epicenter was 14 km east of the town of Parga, in the region of Thesprotia, at a depth of 10 km.
The 4.3 magnitude earthquake that occurred 21 minutes before midnight in the area had the same epicenter. The earthquake was felt throughout northwestern Greece in towns such as Ioannina, Corfu, and Preveza.