New earthquake hits Zagreb
According to media reports, the earthquake lasted for several seconds
A new 3.7-magnitude earthquake has hit Zagreb, Croatian media reported.
According to the website Index, the earthquake lasted for a few seconds and had an epicenter at a depth of two kilometers.
Seismologists say the epicenter was detected four kilometers away from Zagreb.
The condition of a 15-year-old girl who was injured in a previous earthquake that hit Zagreb during the weekend is unchanged and she is fighting for her life, while the Croatian capital has been hit several minor earthquakes during the night.
During the night, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) recorded a series of reports of new earthquakes in Zagreb.
The first was recorded at 1:59 a.m., the second at 3 a.m., the third at 5.15 a.m., the fourth at 5.26 a.m., and the fifth at 6.52 a.m.
These were minor earthquake, the one at 3 a.m. was of moderate magnitude and was felt by individuals in the urban area and a slightly larger number of people in the epicentral area of Kasina and Markusevac, seismologist Kresimir Kuka told Croatian Radio.
Earthquake destroyed one tower in downtown Zagreb, while firefighters knocked down another.
The 1905 Kolmar Building in Bana Jelacic Square in Zagreb, which housed the Society of Croatian Writers, was left without one tower during the earthquake on Sunday, while the other was demolished by firefighters as a precaution.
Video: See how Zagreb shook and shattered during the earthquake
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