Three people including at least one tourist were hurt Thursday following a landslide at Navagio beach on the island of Zante, one of Greece's most popular travel destinations, state agency ANA said.
Navagio beach, also known as "shipwreck beach", is popular with tourists and can be reached only by boat. Their injuries were not life-threatening, though a 37-year-old Czech tourist did sustain a spinal injury that will be checked by a specialist in Patra in western Greece.
As reported by the Evening Standard, Josh O'Connell, 21, of Kilkenny, Ireland works for a local tour company and described the terrifying scene.
The coast guard said one foreign woman was injured and was being transported to a local hospital.
The other three people injured were treated and released.
He said: "The rock that fell would be like a four-storey building falling on to the beach".
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That study - conducted by the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University - estimated 2,975 deaths. It's an isolated island that lost its infrastructure and power for a long time, you couldn't get to people for a long time".
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A couple of small vessels overturned from the force of the fall that caused high waves, witnesses told authorities.
He described the aftermath as "chaos", with families and children running to get to safety on the boats.
While so far, no one has been found, they said they were continuing their search.
Rescue services with sniffer dogs are searching the beach for possible victims.
The coastguard said everyone who had visited the beach on tourist boats had been accounted for.