205 Turks evacuated from Greek island of Kos after strong quake

A ferry carrying 205 Turkish citizens arrived at the Aegean city of Bodrum on July 21 after being stranded on the Greek island of Kos due to a severe earthquake late in the night.

The injured were taken to hospitals in Muğla's Bodrum district by rescue teams.

A Turkish naval ship escorted the passenger vessel during its journey from the island of Kos to Bodrum. 

Kos earthquake: Turkish victim identified as Sinan Kurtoglu

The name of the Turkish national killed in the earthquake on the island of Kos is Sinan Kurtoglu. According to Turkish media, the 39-year-old man was killed when the bar he was at in the old town of Kos collapsed. The other tourist that was killed was a 27-year-old Swede whose identity has not yet been confirmed. The Turkish man was identified by the Turkish Minister of Health.