Two big earthquakes in Greece in the last week has people feeling a little shaky. The latest was a 6.1 earthquake this morning on the western island of Kefalonia. About a dozen people were hurt from things flying and falling off shelves. Roads buckled and power was knocked out.
The quake was first registered as a 5.7, but the US Geological Survey says it was worse, putting at a 6.1.
This is the second quake to hit the island of Kefalonia in a week.
A 5.9 quake hit last Monday.