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5.4 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Croatia's Capital Zagreb

A strong earthquake shook Croatia and its capital on Sunday, causing widespread damage and panic.

March 23, 2020

One of the damaged spires, right, of Zagreb's iconic cathedral is seen after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia. The cathedral was rebuilt after it toppled in the 1880 earthquake. A strong earthquake shook Croatia and its capital on Sunday, causing widespread damage and panic.

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A collapsed wall leaves an exposed home and crushed cars after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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Firefighters carry a person on a stretcher after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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A car is crushed by falling debris after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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A bicycle is crushed by falling debris after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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A car is crushed by falling debris after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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Cars crushed by falling debris after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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Croatian soldiers clear debris from the street after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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A car is crushed by falling debris after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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People rest in park after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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People carry incubators for newborn babies as the hospital is evacuated after an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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A man inspects the damage caused by an earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia.

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