7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Mexico



Scary scenes across Mexico as a powerful earthquake struck near Acapulco, but it was felt nearly 200 miles away in Mexico City, where power was knocked out in a neighborhood after an explosion caused by the shaking. The US Geological Survey says the quake measured 7.0 and hit about 10 miles away from the popular resort city. It caused buildings to sway and boulders to fall from the mountains. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.

22 comments

  1. My grandparents were in their house when it happened and since my grandfathers legs had to be amputated he couldn’t leave the house so the only thing my grandma could do was to hug him.

  2. Seems like HAARP is in full effect. Just in time for this months meeting with climate nuts around the world, the Pope and works leaders.

  3. Bloodshed from CARTELS AND AZTEC HUMAN SACRIFICES, REPENT AND BELIEVE IN JESUS CHRIST, OR THE WRATH OF GOD WILL BE POURED OUT UPON YOU MEXICO.

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