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Yet Another Deadly Crisis! Magnitude 8.4 Earthquake Strikes off Coast of Mexico Death Toll Rising! Massive After Shocks. Tsunami? (Videos)

Friday, September 8, 2017 7:45
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The most powerful earthquake to hit Mexico in a century struck off the country’s southern coast early Friday, killing at least 26 people and prompting warnings of possible #tsunami waves up to 10 feet high.

The quake just before 1 a.m. ET was stronger than the 1985 tremor that killed more than 5,000 people in Mexico City, according to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.

The death toll from a powerful earthquake off Mexico has risen to 32, according to the governor of the southern state of Oaxaca.

Alejandro Murat told local television that 17 of the deaths were recorded in the southeastern town of Juchitan.

The quake hit offshore in the Pacific early this morning, about 100km from the coastal town of Tonala in far southern Chiapas state.

Sections of Juchitan’s town hall, a hotel, a bar and other buildings were reduced to rubble.
Rescue workers worked through the night in badly affected areas to check for people trapped in collapsed buildings. 

Do you hear the sound of approaching hoof beats? War Drums getting louder? Judgement is beginning and what an opportunity for our enemies to strike the US while its resources are stretched, & while the US is vulerable with one major crisis after another.

Seriously, Are You Prepared?

Magnitude 8 Earthquake Strikes off Coast of Mexico

Source Climate State

M 8.1 Earthquake Mexico 8 Sep 2017, Warning 7 Days in Advance  (Recommended.This guys sure knows his stuff)

A magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck off the coast of Chiapas, Mexico early in the morning of 8 September 2017. This video explains in detail how this strong seismic increase was forecast and that warnings were issued seven days in advance.

Source Ditrianum

8.1 MegaQuake Strikes Offshore Mexico/24 Killed

The Incoming CME’s are hitting Earth.

Source BPEarthwatch

Mexico earthquake: strongest tremor in a century leads to mass evacuations

An earthquake described by Mexico’s president as the country’s strongest in a century has struck off the southern coast, killing at least 15 people. The quake, which President Enrique Peña Nieto said measured 8.2, struck in the Pacific, about 87km south-west of Pijijiapan. A tsunami warning was issued for Mexico, with three-metre-high waves possible, and other nearby countries. Severe damage has been reported in Oaxaca and Chiapas states.

Source Protect Mother Earth

9/08/2017 — M8.0 Mexico Mega-Quake — Large earthquake activity globally — HAVE A PLAN

9/07/2017 — Earthquake Forecast — Threat of very large activity for Pacific , Americas, Asia + EU

Sources Durchsinse

WARNING//TSUNAMI 8.1 MEGA Earthquake SW of Chiapas, Mexico/Multiple LARGE Aftershocks 9/8/17

Source Morning DEW





Earthquake Off Mexico Kills Dozens, Sparks Tsunami Warning


But with an epicenter 40 miles off the coast and some 460 miles from the capital itself, early indications suggested the damage was far more limited.

At least 20 people were killed in the southern state of Oaxaca, its governor, Alejandro Murat, said according to Reuters. Six others died in Chiapas and Tabasco states, including three children, according to officials. 

The president said there had been at least 62 aftershocks and warned one as strong as 7.2 could hit in the next 24 hours.

Some 1 million homes and businesses initially had been without power, according to Peña Nieto, but he added electricity had been restored to 800,000 of them.

In Chiapas, the state closest to the offshore epicenter, there were reports some buildings had been badly damaged. Its governor, Manuel Velasco Coello, said on Facebook that around 1,000 army troops were helping with the rescue and recovery effort.

Four people were killed there including one child, and Coello urged several towns to evacuate their homes due to the threat from possible tsunami waves.

Two children also died in neighboring Tabasco state, one after a wall collapsed and the other, a baby, who died after a hospital lost electricity, the state’s Gov. Arturo Nunez said. 

In Mexico City, buildings wobbled and sent residents fleeing into the streets in their pajamas.

“I felt the shaking and knew it was an earthquake,” said Mark Van Eps, a 39-year-old musician from Los Angeles who was vacationing in Mexico City. “There was an earthquake alarm shortly after that.”

“The street and buildings started swaying considerably,” said Harry Neville-Towle, a 30-year-old art director visiting from Sydney, Australia. “All the cars started pulling over and people started coming out of their houses … People were afraid to go back inside for at least an hour, as we were all unsure of whether their might be an aftershock.” 

Classes were canceled in Mexico City and several other states so that officials could check that buildings were structurally sound, the president said on Twitter.

Small tsunami waves of 3.3 feet washed ashore the city of Salina Cruz and others of 2.3 feet were measured at the resort town of Huatulco, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.

The government agency warned that waves of up to 10 feet could hit other parts of the country.

“We are waiting for a while to see if this is going to happen or not,” Interior Secretary Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong told Mexican broadcaster Televisa.

Small waves could also hit neighboring Central American countries but no tsunami was expected in California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, British Columbia or Alaska, according to the Tsunami Warning Center.

The U.S. Geological Survey initially estimated the magnitude at 8.0 before revising it to 8.1 The Mexican Seismological Agency rated it at magnitude 8.4 

In neighboring Guatemala, President Jimmy Morales said there had been some damage an unconfirmed reports that one person had died, according to the AP.

Meanwhile, Mexico was bracing for another natural emergency on the other side of the country.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Hurricane Katia was likely to strike the Gulf coast in the state of Veracruz early Saturday as a Category 2 storm that could bring life-threatening floods.  SOURCE NBC News


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