ATHENS, Greece (AP) — An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of at least 6.0 has struck central Greece and was also felt in neighboring Albania and North Macedonia, and as far as Kosovo and Montenegro. One man was injured by falling debris but there were no other immediate reports of serious injuries. Some older houses and buildings had walls collapse or crack. Wednesday’s quake sent people rushing out of homes and office buildings into the streets of Larissa and Tyrnavos, the closest towns to the epicenter. Numerous aftershocks rattled the area. Neighboring Turkey offered assistance.