Of the 14 killed, at least seven were found dead in buildings that collapsed in Durres, the country's Defense Ministry said. Crews also discovered five bodies in Thumane, one in Kurbin and another in Lezha, according to the AP.
The health ministry said at least 325 people were hurt, CNN reported, but the AP is reporting that number could be as high as 600.
In a Tuesday morning Facebook post, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama shared updates from emergency officials.
"The powerful earthquake has created serious consequences, and unfortunately, we have lost lives," he wrote in Albanian, urging the public to remain calm and "stand by each other."
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Goditja e fuqishme e tërmetit ka krijuar pasoja të rënda dhe fatkeqësisht kemi jetë të humbura😢Të gjitha strukturat e... Posted by Edi Rama on Monday, November 25, 2019
Officials from Kosovo, Greece and Turkey have all pledged to help with search and rescue efforts, the AP reported.
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– The Associated Press contributed to this report.