Two earthquakes shook Mexico near Pinotepa Nacional, on the stateline between the states of Oaxaca en Guerrero, near the Pacific coast.
An earthquake magnitude 6 was registered this Monday March 20, at 00:56 hours in Mexico City and Oaxaca, with no damage or injuries reported so far, according to local and federal authorities.
The epicenter was registered 32 kilometers southeast of Pinotepa Nacional and was the strongest replica of the magnitude 7.2 tremor last Friday in that area, according to the National Seismological.
Civil Protection of Mexico City reported that so far the balance is blank in the capital of the country, according to your Twitter account.
The Head of Government of Mexico City, Miguel Ángel Mancera, said that the review protocol was concluded and that at the moment there is no report of damages in the entity.
The infrastructure of Petróleos Mexicanos, Comisión Federal de Electricidad and Conagua operate normally and unaffected, reported the coordinator of National Civil Protection, Luis Felipe Puente.
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