An earthquake has rocked Croatia’s capital Zagreb, damaging buildings and leaving cars crushed by falling chunks of masonry.
As firefighting and rescue operations were ongoing at several locations across Zagreb on Sunday, news outlets reported that a 15-year-old was in critical condition and others were injured.
The 5.3-magnitude quake is the largest to affect the city in 140 years.
“It lasted over 10 seconds. By far the strongest I have ever felt,” one witness said, adding that it was followed by several aftershocks.
Several buildings are reported to be damaged, including the parliament. People in southern Austria and Slovenia also felt the tremor.