Holidaymakers from the south caught up in earthquake abroad

At least two people have died and more than 120 others have been injured after a strong earthquake in the Aegan Sea rocked Turkey and the Greek island of Kos.

The 6.7 magnitude quake, which struck at 01.31 local time on Friday (11.31pm BST), hit six miles south of the Turkish city of Bodrum and 10 miles east of Kos.

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Holidaymaker says leaving early saved her life - as two people killed

Two people have died and dozens are injured in an earthquake that hit Turkey and the Greek island Kos.

Some holidaymakers from the south east were caught up in the 'quake - which measured six point seven on the Richter scale.

Amanda Fletcher from Maidstone, Kent, was in her Kos hotel room when the quake happened.

She told ITV News Meridian that she an a friend had been sat drinking at "exactly the same spot" where two people were killed. Amanda and her friend had left early:

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