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In Photos: Croatia Hit By 5.3 Magnitude Earthquake Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

An earthquake has rocked Croatia’s capital Zagreb, damaging buildings and leaving cars crushed by falling chunks of masonry.

A teenager is in a critical condition after a roof collapsed, local media say. The spire of the city’s cathedral also snapped off.

After Sunday’s tremor, Zagreb’s mayor urged people to return to their homes given fears about the coronavirus.

The 5.3-magnitude quake is the largest to affect the city in 140 years.

Aside from the teenager, another sixteen people were injured.

Panicked residents ran out into the streets when it struck around 06:00 local time and were initially told to stay out by authorities.
People in Croatia were directed to remain in their homes because of COVID-19 pandemic. And then 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck this morning and they have been directed to evacuate their homes. .
It’s 4 degrees Celsius outside. They’re scared to be inside or out.



Written by How Africa

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