Tuesday, June 23, 2020

7.5 Earthquake registered in Oaxaca and Mexico City, video

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

A 7.5 earthquake hit southern and central Mexico, causing buildings in Mexico City to sway and thousands to run into the streets.  A tsunami warning is in effect.


It hit around 10:30am

It was stronger than a 2017 quake that killed over 360 people, but there are no immediate reports of casualties.  Epicenter southeast of Crucecita, Oaxaca. (Oaxaca image below)





Video below

9 comments:

  1. Due to Mexico's geographical location it has been victim of very powerful earthquakes!
    The tetonic plates are being monitored in Sinaloa Durango and Sonora by a special group of highly trained geologist to make sure none of the CDS structures of vital importance in the Golden Triangle are not affected .

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    1. Why don't you guys take your highly trained groups and create a highly trained Superman to fly around the world counterclockwise to go back in time and save Chapo?

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    2. Jajaja no mames wey

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    3. Only way to go back in time is to go faster than the speed of light....

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    4. 006 where are the highly trained British Special Troops, you promised the town's people of Michoacan?

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  2. States up north sometimes feel those dam earthquakes too

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  3. That gnarly quake during the 80's had our pool water sloshing back and forth in South Texas.

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    1. The "conservadores mexicanos" will blame AMLO for the quakes and the quakers, and run to ask the Pope and the spanish crown for a new real Blue Blood dictator

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