Croatia was hit by an earthquake, shocks were also recorded in Slovakia – World – News

Croatia was hit by a magnitude 4.6 earthquake on Wednesday (October 6) evening.

This was reported by HINA, according to which no victims or injuries were reported immediately. Seismograms in Slovakia were also recorded, according to data from the National Network of Seismic Stations.

“The Croatian Seismological Institute recorded shocks on Wednesday at 9:57 p.m. The epicenter was located on the Croatian-Bosnian border near Lake Buško. The shocks were felt in the Split-Dalmatia County in the town of Sinj, but also in Split and Makarska, “said the Croatian Seismological Institute. According to the Croatian media, the locals felt significant speeches and also reported the first minor damages.

They felt strong shocks in several holiday destinations from Zadar to Dubrovnik. The earthquake was also recorded by devices in Slovakia, specifically a seismogram from the Modra station.

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Source: Pravda – Správy by

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