Hurricane winds swept through a food factory in southern Greece on Monday.
Surveillance footage of the Kalamata Pappatrieu plant, a major producer of balsamic dressings in Greece, showed violent winds sweeping through the parking lot and hitting the factory building.
Strong winds flew aluminium panels and other material debris into the air.
A company official said that the cyclone hit in the afternoon, while 60 jobs were inside the factory, and fortunately there were no injuries, because the part damaged by the hurricane was empty at the time.
However, it caused extensive damage including tearing parts of the ceiling and panels from the factory, shaking and smashing windows.