Earthquake in the middle of the night: It shook Bosnia and Herzegovina and it was felt in Croatia

Epicenter was in eastern Herzegovina - 16 kilometers southeast of Nevesinje

Earthquake 3.8 degrees magnitude on Richter scale shook Herzegovina last night and the south of Croatia, according to the Croatian media.

A new earthquake struck Montenegro, Podgorica was shaken again!

According to the data of the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center, the shake was registered at 3:20 am and the epicenter was in eastern Herzegovina - 16 kilometers southeast of Nevesinje, 54 kilometers north of Dubrovnik, and 81 kilometers south of Sarajevo.

"Jutarnji list" says that the earthquake woke up the people along the southernmost Adriatic coast, including Makarska and Dubrovnik.

- It woke me up on the fourth floor. It was shaking for 10 seconds - one of the Mokosica residents said.

According to the people from Dubrovnik, it all lasted for a few seconds while one citizen of Makarska said that the quake was short but strong enough to wake him up in the middle of the night.

So far there is no information of it caused any material damage.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

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