6.0 magnitude earthquake shakes southern Mexico

November 16, 2012MEXICOA powerful 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck southern Mexico early Thursday, according to the US Geological Survey. There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage from the earthquake, which struck at 3:20 am (0920 GMT) some 31 kilometers (19 miles) east of the town of Altamirano, in the southern Guerrero state. The epicenter of the earthquake was at a depth of 61 km according to the USGS. The earthquake came a little over a week after a 7.4-magnitude temblor in neighboring Guatemala killed 48 people and injured another 150, making it the country’s most violent earthquake since 1976. Today’s earthquake is the seventh 6.0+ magnitude earthquake to rattle the planet in seven days. –The Nation
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3 Responses to 6.0 magnitude earthquake shakes southern Mexico

  1. Shelley says:

    6.8 Kuril Islands…. been having way too much lately. With the next eclipse in about 10 days, i’m sure we’ll see more. All the best to you Alvin. Thank you for keeping us all in the loop.
    Aloha,
    shelley

  2. gary says:

    let the count start… 7 – 6.0 magnitude or greater in the past 7 days. this is going to continue with even more frequency in the next few weeks. BE PREPARED!!!

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