Mexico: People take shelter in open spaces after a powerful earthquake in Mexico shakes buildings. A powerful earthquake hit the central Pacific coast of the North American country of Mexico yesterday evening. Houses and buildings were shaken by the 7.5-magnitude earthquake. In the capital, Mexico City, people left their homes and gathered in open spaces. The U.S. Geological Survey reported that the earthquake occurred 37 kilometers southeast of the Colima-Michigan border at a depth of 15 kilometers.
A 7.5-magnitude earthquake has hit the Michoacan coast and a tsunami warning has been issued. But the tsunami warning was later withdrawn as there were no signs of a tsunami. According to reports, various ancient buildings collapsed due to this earthquake. Mexico City police said one person was killed in the debris.