Published On: Sat, Sep 9th, 2017

Mexico Earthquake: At Least 61 Has Killed In Southern Mexico States

The one of the strongest earthquake hit the Mexico, hundreds of buildings have damaged, according to initial reports, at least 61 people have died in southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas while dozens are injured.

The most powerful quake of magnitude 8.1 struck the southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas due to which dozens of people have lost their lives, rescue teams have arrived there to save the people who are buried under the destroyed buildings and according to officials, this quake is the massive ever recorded in over eight decades.

It is said by the officials that strongest earthquake came in Mexico City on Thursday, thousands of the buildings have damaged.

This natural incident proved as devastation for the many states as dozens of people have died, due to quake buildings were shaking and people were running away on streets as said by a witness.

According to a resident cook that she was seeing the shaking the buildings, her neighbor with his family buried under the building.

All the people of the affected area are frightened due to possibility of aftershocks and the residents were slept on the streets and in the parks because they have lost their homes.

Mexico is under the natural disaster as Hurricane destroyed the east due to which many of the people have lost their lives.

According to President Enrique Peña Nieto that this kind of earthquake is the strongest ever faced by the country because in 1985 Mexico was hit by quake of magnitude 8.0 which has killed about 95,00 people.

Quake of magnitude 8.1 hit the most the two states of Mexico on late Thursday when many of the people were in sleep where as about 90 million population exist and according to official reports about 61 people have dead.

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