The night of this Saturday, an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.0 shook Oaxaca, reported the National Seismological Service.
According to El Universal, the earthquake occurred southwest of Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca.
The Lopez Dóriga Digital portal, the movement was registered at 23:30 h, 78 kilometers southwest of Pinotepa Nacional, at a depth of 17 kilometers.
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SISM Magnitude 5.0 Loc 78 km SOUTHWEST of PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 9/15/18 23:30:13 Lat 16.02 Lon -98.70 Pf 17 km pic.twitter.com/GQUc6axMuH
– National Seismological (@SismologicoMX) September 16, 2018
They also added that Civil Protection of Oaxaca has not reported any damage so far.
On the other hand, in the social networks, users began to send messages and agreed that they felt in Mexico City, State of Mexico, Puebla, Morelos.
Final magnitude: 5.0 with epicenter 78 km southwest of Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca.
– SkyAlert (@SkyAlertMx) September 16, 2018
Through its Twitter account, the SSN confirmed that the earthquake occurred at 11:30 pm on September 15.
Minutes before the quake was felt, Enrique Peña Nieto gave his last Cry of Independence.
Carrying the presidential band and at the point of 23:00 hours, President Enrique Peña Nieto, accompanied by his wife Angelica Rivera, went to the Central Balcony of the National Palace to give the Cry of Independence.
For the sixth and last time in his administration, the president played the bell five times before the thousands of people gathered in the capital's Zócalo shouting:
"Mexicans, live the heroes that gave us homeland and freedom. Live Hidalgo! Long live! Live Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez! Long live! Live Aldama! Long live Galeana! Long live Matamoros! Long live National Independence!
He waved the flag next to his wife, who accompanied him in a red dress designed by the Mexican Alejandro Carlín.
Once the "Scream" was given, the National Anthem sounded. (With information from El Universal).
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