M6.4 CROATIA on December 29th 2020 at 11:19 UTC
Last update: 11 January 2021 at 08:43 UTC
An earthquake of magnitude M6.4 hit Croatia, 47 km South-East of Zagreb, near Petrinja, on December 29th 2019 at 11h19 UTC (12h19 in local time). More information on the main shock is available here.
At the time of this report, a lot of buildings are damaged and local authorities report 7 victims and more than 20 people were injured .
More than 291 earthquakes has been recorded within 6 days and the majority of them has been felt by the population. This sequence is close to a sequence on March 2020 where an M5.4 earthquake strikes near Zagreb on 2020-03-22 at 05:24:02.8 UTC (info) followed by more than 17 aftershocks.
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Additional information can found:
- Preliminary report of the Croatian institute [link].
Maps of felt reports
|Map of felt reports collected for the mainshock.|
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Main Shock Epicenter Location
Past Regional Seismicity as from the ISC catalogue (1964-2004) and EMSC Real Time catalogue (2005-today)
Moment Tensors Solutions