Earthquake Magnitude 5.5 SSE of Mexico City, Mexico

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A Magnitude 5.5 earthquake was recorded at 8:04 a.m. Tuesday March 26, 2013, eleven miles WNW of Santiago Pinotepa Nacional Mexico. The epicenter is also 227 miles SSE of Mexico City, Mexico.

A second earthquake was recorded a short time later in the immediate area.

A Magnitude 5.1 earthquake was recorded at 8:12 a.m. Tuesday March 26, 2013, nine miles WNW of Santiago Pinotepa Nacional Mexico. The epicenter is also 219 miles SSE of Mexico City, Mexico.

No early damage reports, but buildings were swaying and people ran into the streets following the earthquakes.

A Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake was also recorded about 6:02 PM local time on March 25, 2013, near Guatemala City 6 miles ESE of Guatemala City, Guatemala and four miles NNW of San Jose Pinula, Guatemala.

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