Massive Earthquake Rocks Southeast Mexico

A massive 7.1 magnitude earthquake has rocked Mexico, approximately 75 miles southeast of Mexico City, near the town of Raboso.

The earthquake comes 32 years to the day after the 1985 Mexico City earthquake that killed as many as 10,000 people, and just 11 days after an 8.1 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Tres Picos, Mexico, killing as many as 58 people.

The death toll currently stands at 149 and counting, reports CNN.

According to CBS News: “The quake caused buildings to sway sickeningly in Mexico City and sent panicked office workers streaming into the streets … thousands of people fled office buildings and hugged to calm each other along the central Reforma Avenue as alarms blared, and traffic stopped around the Angel of Independence monument.”

President Trump tweeted the following:


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