Mexico: Video of the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that shook the country’s center and south tonight

Mexico: Video of the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that shook the country's center and south tonight

a 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico City and surrounding areas As of Tuesday night, no victim has been registered so far, officials said. Mobile phones and security cameras recorded the magnitude of the quake.

The epicenter of the earthquake was 11 km southeast acapulco, guerrero, southeast Mexico, according to National Seismology, while federal officials have yet to report casualties.

“So far no serious damage has been reported,” the mayor of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum.

“Let’s have some power outages, but without any relevant news, the metro and metrobus continue to operate,” Omar GarcĂ­a, the head of the Civil Defense Secretariat, told Millenio TV.

Guerrero’s governor, Hector Asutudillo, told the press that in the port of acapulco, there was no injury or damage.

felt in other states

In some areas of the state of Puebla, and in other areas of the state of Mexico, the earthquake was also of minor intensity.

The earthquake caused a nervous breakdown in the center of the city. Mexico City, whose residents still have the sad memory of the 7.1-magnitude earthquake recorded on September 19, 2017 that shook the center of the country and left 369 people, most of them in the capital.

According to television images, tourists staying at hotels on Reforma Avenue, one of the capital’s main thoroughfares, also vacated their rooms in panic.

Meanwhile, social media users posted videos of how this strong earthquake was experienced in different parts of the country. Mexico.

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