Seven people were injured yesterday when a landslide sent rocks crashing down on to a Greek beach packed with tourists.
Authorities evacuated and shut down access to the beach, which can only by reached by boat, as a precaution.
Lynette Bridges, 58, said her tour boat had just pulled up on Zante's Shipwreck Beach when an enormous sheet of stone crashed into the sea, capsizing boats and flooding the crowded sands. At least seven people received minor injuries.
Their injuries were not life-threatening, fire brigade and coast guard officials said.
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"There was a noise and a small piece of rock fell, then a second bigger and finally a third big piece of rock that during the fall created a sea whirlpool that overturned the boats", a witness told the BBC. He believed more were coming, so he started running. Greek authorities said one foreign woman had been injured and taken to hospital.
"The water hit my feet with such force that it knocked me on to my back and covered over half of the beach". O'Connell described the chaos, with families scrambling to rush to safety on the boats in the bay.
Rescue services with sniffer dogs are searching the beach for possible victims.
The coastguard later called off their search, saying everyone who had travelled to the beach on the tourist boats had been accounted for. The spot is popular with tourists and locals, who get to the cove either on small tourist or private boats.