A 5.9-magnitude earthquake has shaken southern Mexico Friday evening, setting off alarms as far-off as Mexico Metropolis, however with out fast studies of injury
The U.S. Geological Survey mentioned the earthquake occurred shortly after 11 p.m. native time close to the city of Matias Romero within the southern state of Oaxaca. It was at a depth of 67 miles (108 kilometers).
Oaxaca state’s civil protection company mentioned it was monitoring for studies of injury.
Robust shaking was felt in Oaxaca’s capital.
The temblor triggered seismic alarms in Mexico Metropolis, driving residents into the streets, however in most areas shaking was not felt.