Four missing after tsunami hits Greenland

  • World
  • Sunday, 18 Jun 2017

Screengrab taken from a video shows houses close to Nuugaatsiag, Greenland, flooded by tidal waves on June 18. - AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / Oline Nielsen

STOCKHOLM: Four people were listed as missing Sunday after an earthquake sparked a tsunami off Greenland and forced some residents to be evacuated.

"Four people are missing," local broadcaster KNR quoted local police chief Bjorn Tegner Bay as telling a news conference in the autonomous Danish territory.

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