The National Seismological Service (SSN) declared that a magnitude 4.7 earthquake was registered on Wednesday July 3rd, at 01:09 AM, in Acapulco, Guerrero Mexico.
The SSN located the epicenter of the earthquake 18 kilometers southeast of Acapulco.
The agency noted that the tremor took place at a latitude of 16.72; a length of -99.84 and a depth of 11 kilometers.
SISMO Magnitud 4.7 Loc 18 km al SURESTE de ACAPULCO, GRO 03/07/19 01:09:32 Lat 16.72 Lon -99.84 Pf 11 km pic.twitter.com/7Qik4nheAx
— Sismológico Nacional (@SSNMexico) 3 de julio de 2019
Through its Twitter account @SSNMexico, the agency reported: “SISMO Magnitude 4.7 Loc 18 km SOUTHEAST ACAPULCO, GRO 03/07/19 01:09:32 Lat 16.72 Lon -99.84 Pf 11 km”.
According to reports on social networks, the earthquake was felt in some areas of Mexico City, but the seismic alert was not activated.
The first reports given in Acapulco indicate that so far no casualties nor material damage have been reported in the area.
The Yucatan Times Newsroom with information from The National Seismological Service
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