4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Central Croatia

Daniela Rogulj

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Today at 10:58 am, EMSC reported that a 4.3 magnitude earthquake rocked central Croatia. The epicenter was between Sisak and Glina.


The Seismological Service of the Republic and Seismologist Tomislav Kuk told Media Servis that the magnitude of the earthquake was 4.1.

“This is a series of subsequent earthquakes, which have decreased slightly, but are still ongoing,” seismologist Tomislav Kuk explained to Media Servis.

“This one was much stronger,” wrote one visitor to the EMSC website in Petrinja.

“Of course very inconvenient,” reads another comment from a visitor in Petrinja.

Index.hr reports that part of the building in the city center collapsed. It is a building that was damaged in an earthquake at the end of last year.

Police confirmed to Index that they received a report that a part of the previously damaged building collapsed due to the earthquake. Police officers went to the scene.

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