Major Earthquake Rocks Southwestern Mexico After Drill

A powerful earthquake struck southwestern Mexico on Monday and was felt less than an hour after a drill to commemorate the devastating 1985 and 2017 quakes in Mexico City.

The earthquake struck around 2:05 p.m. EDT in the southwestern state of Michoacán with a magnitude of 7.4, according to the Mexican Seismological Service. The US Geological Survey measured the quake as magnitude 7.6. Major Earthquake Rocks Southwestern Mexico After Drill

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