Mexico Earthquake 6.9 Magnitude 2 Death

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According to official reports, Mexico experienced a magnitude 6.9 earthquake early on Thursday morning, killing two people and causing widespread terror across the country. 

According to the National Seismological Service, this is the strongest aftershock of the 7.7 quake recorded on Monday, which resulted in two deaths and more than 3,000 damaged buildings.

There have been 1,229 further tremors since then. According to the mayor's office, two individuals have died in Mexico City as a result of the earthquake warning system: a 

man who suffered a heart attack and a woman who hit her head as she tumbled down the steps of her home. This siren's loud roar lets people know that a big earthquake is coming 

about one minute before it actually happens, giving them time to leave their homes or find a safe place. The citizens of Mexico City, who were sound asleep, were awakened by the commotion.

When the alarm went out, several of them fled, some carrying their barking dogs and others still in their pyjamas. The main event started 84 kilometres (km) away from Coalcomán in 

the western state of Michoacán. The Seismological Service's initial estimate for Thursday's tremor was a magnitude of 6.5. As reported by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, 

México City and the Pacific coast states of Michoacán, Colima, Jalisco, and Guerrero were affected. On Twitter, the president remarked, "So far there is no report of damage." 

The video was filmed in his office as he was talking to Claudia Sheinbaum, the mayor of the capital city. The earthquake was very strong in Mexico City and its metropolitan area, which is about 

400 km from the earthquake's centre and is home to about 22 million people. Sheinbaum said that after the quake, official helicopters were flying over the city but no damage had been recorded.


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