1998 Mionica earthquake
|UTC time||1998-09-29 22:14:49|
|Local date||29 September 1998|
|Local time||23:14:49 CET|
|Max. intensity||VIII (Severe)|
|Casualties||1 dead, 17 injured|
1998 Mionica earthquake was a 5.5 magnitude earthquake in western Central Serbia, near the town of Mionica. The epicentral area was in the region of Brežđe village, where it had a maximum intensity of VIII on the Mercalli intensity scale. It was felt in Central Serbia, Vidin (Bulgaria), Sarajevo (Bosnia) and parts of Croatia, Hungary and Greece. One person died from a heart attack and 17 were injured. Some 60 schools (mostly in villages) were damaged.
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