Major Earthquake On Mexico 

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On Monday, a 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Mexico, which was also the day on which two other significant earthquakes had shaken the country years earlier.

The quake, which occurred at 1:05 p.m. local time, was very minor, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. According to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a person was

killed when a wall collapsed in a mall in the city of Manzanillo, Colima. According to Weather.com, the U.S. Tsunami Warning Center indicated that a tsunami was probable along 

areas of the Mexican coastline within roughly 200 miles of the quake's epicentre, but there was no threat to the U.S. West Coast, including California and Hawaii.

The epicentre was 23 miles southeast of Aquila and 9.4 miles below the surface, close to the state line between Colima and Michoacan, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

Opinion:Earthquake! When I looked down, the ground was swaying. There were split-second choices to be made. The Public Security Department of the State of Michoacan said that,

aside from some building cracks in the city of Coalcoman, there were no initial reports of substantial damage. Irlanda Villa, who lives near the Colima–Coahuayana border, 

reported that several fences had collapsed, but that the greater concern was that a tsunami would soon follow. We were worried the ocean would dry up, but everything turned out okay.

There have been no reports of damage in Mexico City, according to tweets from Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum. Similar magnitude earthquakes occurred in 1985 and 2017 on the same day as this one.

When the alarms went off for Monday's quake, less than an hour had passed since alarms had sounded in a statewide earthquake simulation to commemorate the previous quakes.

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