New Earthquake hits Bosnia and Herzegovina


New earthquake was recorded again in Tuzla Canton on Tuesday evening.

This time a 2.6 degree earthquake Richter hit around 6:45 pm.

The European Seismological Survey reports that the earthquake occurred two kilometers from the place of Gnojnica, at a depth of 11 kilometers.

Earthquakes of this magnitude cannot cause material damage, but residents near the epicenter can feel it.

On November 2nd, one earthquake occurred at 5:32 o’clock, with a magnitude of 3.3 degrees Richter scale.

The epicenter was at Vlasic Mountain.

Earlier the same day, the central area of Bosnia and Herzegovina was hit by an earthquake of a 5.1-magnitude Richter on Saturday.

The earthquake occurred at 15 o’clock and 13 minutes. The epicenter was located 85 kilometers northwest of Sarajevo, or 14 kilometers from Turbe, located in central BiH.

The earthquake was felt in majority of BiH’s territory.

According to the FBiH Hydrometeorological Institute, the magnitude of the earthquake was 5.1 degrees.

There are still no official information about the damage.

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