No Tsunami warning subjected for Mexican earthquake 2012on March 23, 2012 at 4:35 am
A strong 7.4-magnitude earthquake strikes southern Mexico on March 20,2012 destructive about 800 homes close to the epicenter and convincing tall buildings and scattering horror and fright hundreds of miles left in the capital of Mexico City.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Ewa Beach said the earthquake, which was centered interior from the coast, did not produce a Pacific-wide tsunami.
One of the strongest to trembles Mexico as the deadly 1985 temblor that taken life of thousands in Mexico City, today’s earthquake beat hardest in the boundary area of southern Oaxaca and Guerrero states. In Guerrero, administrators established that about 800 homes had been spoiled, while another 60 having distorted.
Long after the quaking at noon local time (8:02 a.m. in Hawaii), there were still no informations of death, even after a fewer powerful, magnitude-5.1 reverberations was felt in the capital and some other aftershocks next to the epicenter in a hilly rural region. Central Secretary Alejandro Poire said late tonight that nine people were wounded in Oaxaca and two in Mexico City, but nobody had died.
“It was extremely strong, very extensive,” said Campos Benitez, hospital director in Ometepec, on 15 miles from the epicenter.