The National Seismological Bureau (SMN) reported that the earthquake was recorded 92 kilometers southwest of Nepal City at 6:01:58 p.m. PigijiapanIn the state of Chiapas The magnitude is 4.0 degrees.
The earthquake was 39 kilometers deep, and its location and strength did not justify issuing an earthquake warning in Mexico’s capital or other states that have this warning system.
“Earthquake Magnitude 4.0 Location 92 km, southwest of Pijigiapan, Chile 07/10/23 18:01:58 Lat 14.96 Lon -93.62 Pf 39 km”
The National Seismological Service (SSN) reported that a magnitude 4.1 earthquake was detected this afternoon with its epicenter in San Marcos, Guerrero.
SSN detailed on its X account (formerly Twitter) that the earthquake occurred at 1:28 p.m., 49 kilometers southeast of San Marcos.
“Earthquake magnitude 4.1, 49 km southeast of San Marcos, Guro, 07/10/23 13:28:18 Lat 16.50 Lon -99.04 Pf 9 km,” he wrote on social networks.
Mexico Governor Delfina Gómez ruled out any property damage at the facility after the magnitude 6.0 earthquake, which was centered in Oaxaca state and felt in the Valley of Mexico.
In an information card, the state president detailed that following the earthquake, emergency protocols were activated in civil protection departments of 125 EDMEX municipalities and no damage was reported.
president Andres Manuel López Obrador A magnitude 6.0 earthquake that occurred in Oaxaca state yesterday and was also felt in Mexico City and other states caused no loss of life and minimal damage to property, officials said.
The president expressed solidarity with Oaxaca residents on his X account (formerly Twitter) and pledged that the state’s governor, Salomon Jara, would continue to work with federal authorities to address the issue.
“A hug to all the residents of the Isthmus. Fortunately, the magnitude 6.0 earthquake with its epicenter in Matias Romero did not cause loss of life and minimal damage to property. Oaxaca Governor Salomon Jara and “Federal authorities are paying close attention,” he wrote on the social network.
The National Seismological Service (SSN) reported that as of 1 a.m. today, there had been at least seven aftershocks from the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that struck Oaxaca last night and was also felt in Mexico City and Mexico State.
Seven aftershocks were recorded after a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the state of Oaxaca. Which one is the largest?
The earthquake occurred at 11:06 a.m. and was noticeable in Mexico City
The earthquake had a magnitude of 6.0 and the epicenter was as follows: Oaxaca It shook Mexico City and was noticeable in other cities as well. With this in mind, residents say that more than five aftershocks have been recorded after the strongly felt earthquake in Oaxaca state.
The National Seismological Service (SSN), through its verified Twitter account, notified at 5:30:46 a.m. of a magnitude 4.2 earthquake with an epicenter 55 km northwest of Unión Hidalgo, Oaxaca state.