MEXICO CITY — A 5.7 magnitude earthquake rattled southern and central Mexico on Thursday. There have been no instant reviews of harm or accidents.
Employees at some Mexico Metropolis workplace towers briefly evacuated their buildings, however rapidly re-entered after the swaying stopped.
The U.S. Geological Survey mentioned the quake occurred round eight:30 a.m. native time and was centered close to town of Huajuapan de Leon in southern Oaxaca state, about 140 miles southeast of the capital.
The federal civil protection company mentioned there have been no instant reviews of incidents.
On Sept. 19, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake broken or destroyed a whole lot of buildings andand 141 others elsewhere.
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