Essex holidaymakers have described scenes 'like Dunkirk' after rocks fell from a cliff onto a popular beach in Greece.
The collapse happened earlier today on the Greek island of Zante. And two holidaymakers from Essex witnessed the terrifying scenes.
Lynette Bridges, of Hordon-on-the-Hill near Basildon, was on a tour boat that had just stopped near Shipwreck Beach when a large sheet of stone fell from the cliffs, capsizing boats and flooding the crowded beach.
Sharon Robinson Palmer, also from Essex, said there were people snorkelling and sunbathing near the limestone cliffs when the landslide struck. Rescue services with sniffer dogs searched the beach for possible victims. The coastguard later said everyone who had visited the beach on tourist boats had been accounted for.