BELGRADE (Sputnik) – The centre of Petrinja, a Croatian city southeast of the capital, was rendered uninhabitable by a magnitude 6.3 quake that rocked the nation on Tuesday, its prime minister stated.
The earthquake struck the central European nation at round midday, collapsing buildings and killing a woman. Twenty different individuals had been injured. A search-and-rescue operation is underway.
The prime minister stated the tremor was felt throughout Croatia. Neighbouring nations additionally reported the jolts.
Hundreds of individuals left homeless in Petrinja might be sheltered in barracks, with one other hundred to maneuver right into a resort, Plenkovic stated. He promised that nobody might be ignored within the chilly.