Earthquake in Dalmatia: 4.6 Quake near Split, Croatia

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Initial reports placed the earthquake some 39 km from Split, the capital of Dalmatia, close to the town of Trilj, and 19 km south-west of the town of Livno.

Initial reports suggest the tremor lasted around 8 seconds. 

TCN colleagues in Split reported buildings rattling in Split, with the quake also felt on the islands of Brac and Hvar.


22:24 – The Croatian Seismology Service has reported that the quake was 4.6 in strength, and its location was on the border with Bosnia and Hercegovina near Lake Busko.

#potres (#earthquake) 06.10. u 21:57 na granici s BiH kod Buškog jezera, M4.6. Ako ste osjetili potres, molimo javite na
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22:40 – Index reports that there have been so far no reports of casualties or major damage. 

23:00 – The Trilj Fire Brigade, located in the town close to the epicentre, posted an update and a request: “Reduce calls to the emergency line, we understand that you are upset. You take the line if someone really needs help. Over 200 calls in a short time. So far we have no reports of any damage, except for a minor landslide on the Trilj-Bisko section. The road is busy.”

This story will be updated as we get more information.  


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