New Zagreb Earthquake Hits Croatian Capital One Day Later

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 March 23, 2020 – One day after the devastating Zagreb earthquake of March 22, 2020, a new, strong earthquake has hit the Croatian capital. 

 A new Zagreb earthquake hit the Croatian capital about 11:15 this morning, reports

Early indications from EMSC suggest that is was 3.7 in magnitude. 


Initial reports suggest that the epicenter of the earthquake was ten kilometers deep, 4km north of Zagreb and 8km southwest of Kašina.

During the night, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) recorded a series of reports of new earthquakes in Zagreb.

The first was recorded at 1:59, the second at 3am, the third at 5:15, the fourth at 5:26 and the fifth at 6:52.

The Croatian Seismological Service confirmed that more earthquakes were recorded during the night.

The strongest was the one at 3 a.m., and the magnitude was 3.1 per Richter, an index from the Seismological Service told.

Recall, the main earthquake was at 6:24 a.m. yesterday and had a magnitude 5.5, and there were about 30 new earthquakes yesterday.


This is a breaking news story, and we will update with as much information as soon as we can. 

To follow the latest on the Zagreb earthquake, follow the TCN dedicated section


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