3.2 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Central Croatia

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Source: EMSC
Source: EMSC

Source: EMSC

Zagreb, August 23, 2020 – The EMSC reports that the epicentre of the earthquake was 66 kilometres south of Zagreb or 6 kilometres north-northwest of Velika Kladuša in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Today, five months after two big earthquakes hit Zagreb, a new, but slightly weaker earthquake was recorded in Central Croatia at round 19:00 writes Večernji. Namely, the earthquake was recorded near the Croatian town of Slunj, and it was magnitude 3.2 on the Richter scale.

Citizens report that the earthquake was felt in Glina, Topusko, and Vrbovec.



Witnesses have written to the EMSC to state that they felt a slight tremor with the accompanying sound and that everything lasted for a few seconds.


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