One Million BAM Damage to Housing Facilities after Earthquake

The inventory of 400 buildings in Novi Grad, damaged in the earthquake in December last year, has been completed, and the damage is estimated at around one million BAM, said Mladen Jakovljevic, the president of the commission for the damage inventory.

Jakovljevic stated that the commission determined that 23 facilities were unconditional for living.

“The damage to other facilities is around 440,000 BAM,” he said. According to him, after the earthquake, damage was reported to a total of 510 buildings.

The epicenter of the earthquake on December 29 was in Croatia, where Petrinja, Glina and Sisak were the most affected.

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake killed seven people, including a 12-year-old girl, many people were injured, and the material damage was enormous, Srna news agency writes.

Photo: Dijana Vrhovac – BHRT

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