Croatia struck by ‘biggest earthquake in 140 years’ during coronavirus lockdown

Croatia struck by ‘biggest earthquake in 140 years’ during coronavirus lockdown

A strong earthquake has shaken the Croatian capital, Zagreb, bringing much of the population on to the streets despite social distancing regulations. The quake, which struck shortly after 6am local time on Sunday, caused widespread damage, including to the city’s cathedral, and the evacuation of hospitals. The prime minister, Andrej Plenković, said the earthquake was the biggest in Zagreb in 140 years
Zagreb hit by earthquake while in coronavirus lockdown


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