An earthquake with a magnitude of 4,3 in Montenegro was followed by three weaker ones

The earthquake was four kilometers west of Čarađe, and the epicenter was located at a depth of 13 kilometers

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A moderate earthquake of 4,3 degrees on the Richter scale was registered tonight at 21:07 in Montenegro, the Institute for Hydrometeorology and Seismology announced.

The earthquake was four kilometers west of Čarađe, and the epicenter was located at a depth of 13 kilometers.

"Based on the numerical model of the change in intensity with distance in this region, the magnitude of the earthquake and the depth of the hypocenter, this earthquake could have caused less material damage in the epicentral area," the statement said.

This was followed by three more earthquakes of magnitude two, 3,3 and 2,8 degrees, at 21:13 p.m., 21:23 p.m. and 21.41:XNUMX p.m., it was announced on the Institute's website.

Last month, an earthquake with a magnitude of 5,3 on the Richter scale was registered in the Goli village of Donje Čarađe, in the municipality of Nikšić.

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