Several earthquakes shook the state of Nevada the same day. So far, no damage or loss of life has been reported. The earthquakes happened 200 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
Several earthquakes shook the state of Nevada in the early hours of Tuesday, including one of 5.1 magnitude, so far there are no reports of damage or loss of life, according to the United States Geological Survey.
In a range of a few hours, which ended around 2:30 in the morning, six earthquakes were felt near the town of Mina, in Mineral County, about 200 miles from the city of Las Vegas, with magnitudes from 2.5 to the highest, of 5.1.
There are still no reports of earthquake perceptibility in major Nevada cities, including the state capital, Reno, or its main economic center, Las Vegas, nor of maternal damage or human loss.
Local media recalls that last month, “a powerful magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck a remote area of western Nevada and the quake was felt as far away as the Central Valley of California and other parts of the state.”
Earthquake in California: strong tremor of 5.8 reported followed by three aftershocks
An earthquake of 5.8 magnitude was recorded around 10:40 a.m. this Wednesday (1:40 p.m. in the eastern United States) near Lone Pine, California, reported the United States Seismological Service (USGS ).
The quake had previously been reported to have been of a 6.0 magnitude, local television station KMPH reported.
After the earthquake, three aftershocks of 3.6, 3.1 and 2.5 magnitude have been reported so far.
So far no injuries or damage have been reported.
A KMPH reporter uploaded a video on Twitter of how the shaking felt in the television studio.
We just felt a little shake in our newsroom! Did anyone else feel that? #earthquake #Fresno #California pic.twitter.com/BnWyAzJlSx
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5 confirmed by the 7.5 earthquake in southern Mexico
The Government of Oaxaca reported the death of a person after the earthquake that occurred this morning in southern Mexico; hours later the authorities confirmed that five were dead.
The 7.5 magnitude earthquake that shook central and southern Mexico on Tuesday has left at least five dead and several injured in the state of Oaxaca, awakening the worst ghosts of the tragic earthquakes of 2017 in the midst of the coronavius pandemic.
“Minor damage to homes, tsunami alerts due to possible variation in sea level and five deaths. It is the preliminary balance of the earthquake with magnitude 7.5 that was registered at 10:29 (15.29 GMT) ”, stated the most recent Civil Protection report.
The telluric movement has left five dead in the southern state of Oaxaca, epicenter of the earthquake.
The deceased are a 22-year-old woman from a landslide in Santa María Huatulco; a 70-year-old man from the fall of a roof in San Juan Ozolotepec, another from San Agustín Amatengo due to the fall of a fence, a worker from Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) who fell from a structure and another person from whom he did not know gave more references.