All 180 inhabitants of the tiny village in the island settlement of Innaarsuit, Greenland have been evacuated because of tsunami danger as a massive 300ft tall iceberg lumbers through the frigid waters of Baffin Bay. Newsweek reports the iceberg appears to be grounded and falling chunks have created waves but nothing catastrophic as of yet. You can watch a livestream of it unfolding
“We fear the iceberg could calve and send a flood towards the village,” Lina Davidsen, a security chief at the Greenland police, told Danish news agency Ritzau on Friday.
Last year, four people died and 11 were injured after an earthquake sparked a tsunami off another island settlement called Nuugaatsiaq, sending several houses crashing into the sea.