An earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale rocked Croatia at 12.20 pm on Tuesday, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre reported.
The epicentre of the quake was nine kilometres southwest of the town of Sisak in the town of Petrinja which was struck by a 5.0 strong earthquake early Monday morning.
The latest quake was 46 kilometres southeast of the capital Zagreb and could be felt across the country.
A 6.3 Richter scale earthquake struck Croatia. See the first images from Petrinja, the epicentre of the quake which left one child dead and many images injured: https://t.co/CtAOOPTOGW pic.twitter.com/cca0mdHy7O
— N1english (@N1info) December 29, 2020
Power outages in Zagreb
Damage has also been caused to buildings in the capital city Zagreb, sections of which have been left without electricity.
Croatian Power Company (HEP) said its teams were out in the field working to restore power supply.