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USGS: 7.5 magnitude quake sways buildings in Mexico Metropolis

© US Geological Survey The epicenter was near the Pacific coast within the southern state of Oaxaca and had a depth of 26.7 miles (43 km)....

 

<span style="font-size:13px;">The epicenter was close to the Pacific coast in the southern state of Oaxaca and had a depth of 26.7 miles (43 km).</span> © US Geological Survey The epicenter was near the Pacific coast within the southern state of Oaxaca and had a depth of 26.7 miles (43 km).

MEXICO CITY — A 7.5 magnitude quake shook southern Mexico on Friday, a chronic rumble that rocked buildings throughout the capital Mexico Metropolis.

The epicenter was near the Pacific coast within the southern state of Oaxaca and had a depth of 26.7 miles (43 km), in line with the U.S. Geological Survey. The realm is already reeling from an earthquake that brought on widespread injury in September.

Oaxaca’s civil safety service mentioned no injury had been reported up to now.

In Mexico Metropolis, tall buildings swayed for greater than a minute as seismic alarms sounded all through the town, and tremors have been felt as distant as Guatemala to the south.

Tv pictures confirmed 1000’s of individuals within the streets within the metropolis middle, the place crowds had gathered to rejoice the Chinese language New Yr.

(Reporting by Daina Beth Solomon, Modifying by Rosalba O’Brien)