People from the Cheb region have started filing insurance claims for damages caused by Saturday’s earthquake. Although the region suffers occasional tremors, Saturday’s quake measured 4.5 on the Richter scale and is the second strongest quake measured in the region over a century. Preliminary damage estimates are at around half a million crowns. Most people are reporting cracks in walls, broken windows and chimneys.
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