Pair of Quakes Hit Yugoslavia, Romania
<i> Associated Press</i>
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia —
Two moderate earthquakes rocked parts of eastern Yugoslavia and western Romania today, wrecking dozens of houses. There were no reported injuries.
The Belgrade Seismological Institute said the first quake measured a magnitude 4.6 and the second a magnitude 4. The epicenter of both quakes was near Plandiste, 60 miles east of Belgrade.
The area, on the Yugoslav-Romanian border, has experienced at least 12 temblors since July 12.
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