A deadly earthquake has hit Croatia with 6.5 magnitude on Tuesday. The tremors have been felt in its neighboring countries, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and as far away as the Austrian capital, Vienna as well.
According to the United States Geological Survey, the earthquake shook Croatia at 11:30 GMT. It began from Patrinja around 50 kilometres (30 miles) south of the capital, Zagreb.
A series of aftershocks struck Croatia, a day after the earthquake on Wednesday (today). The 4.7 magnitude of the aftershocks have been recorded.
Meanwhile, seven people have been killed so far and 26 injuries have been reported.
This tragic incident has left the country with massive destruction and people are struggling to survive amid shortage of food, shelter and electricity in cold weather.