Earthquake shakes Mexico


Mexico has been experiencing a lot of earthquakes recently. Mexico was hit by two powerful earthquakes with a magnitude of 6.2 and 5.5 on Tuesday. The epicentre of the first quake is measured at 93km south-west of San Patrico city, that of the second quake is taken at 91 km south-west of the same city, at a depth of 10km and 33km respectively.

Luis Felipe Puente, Mexico’s national civil protection coordinator, said on Twitter that authorities in western Jalisco state reported that the earthquake was “slightly felt in the region of Huerta and Cihuatlan, without damage for the moment.”Officials in neighboring Colima state also did not report damage after checking the region, said Ricardo de la Cruz, director general of national civil protection.