Strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico days after lethal temblor: Update News

Strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico

A huge boulder sits on a road after an earthquake hit Chinicuila on Tuesday


Strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico days after lethal temblor


A significance 6.8 earthquake struck Mexico early on Thursday, shaking homes in Mexico City, simply days after any other robust temblor killed humans and broken masses of homes in the country.

 

Residents of Mexico City scrambled out in their houses because the earthquake alarm sounded and homes shuddered.

 

Mexico City mayor Claudia Sheinbaum stated on Twitter quickly after that there had been no preliminary reviews of harm in the city.

 

The quake, which America A Geological Survey (USGS) first measured at significance 7.0, become registered at a intensity of 20.7km, barely deeper than Monday’s temblor.


On Monday, the anniversary of deadly earthquakes in 1985 and 2017, a significance 7.6 earthquake hit western Mexico, killing   in the Pacific port of Manzanillo.


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