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Magnitude 6.4 Earthquake in Croatia Kills at Least 7 People, Cuts Power and Water for 10,000s

HeadlineDec 30, 2020

In Croatia, a magnitude 6.4 earthquake killed at least seven people, injured scores of others and leveled buildings in the central town of Petrinja Tuesday. Some 25,000 people were left with no running water or electricity following the earthquake, and hospitals were forced to evacuate most of their patients.

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