Earthquake in Zagreb: "It was like an explosion, rather upsetting, the walls cracked"

A 3.7 magnitude earthquake hit Zagreb at 9 a.m., the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) announced.

Ilustracija: Depositphotos/ destinacigdem
Ilustracija: Depositphotos/ destinacigdem

The epicenter was 29 kilometers northeast of Zagreb and 6 kilometers northeast of Marija Bistrica, "Jutarnji list" reports.

The earthquake occurred at 8:53 hours local time, at a depth of 10 kilometers, according to EMSC data.

'It lasted for a short while, but it felt rather strong', wrote one of the readers at EMSC.

"Like a blast, it was rather upsetting, even the walls cracked", wrote a reader from Marija Bistrica.


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