A powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake jolts Mexico Tuesday afternoon, September 19, 2017.
According to U.S. Geological Survey, the quake had a magnitude of 7.1 and was centered near the Puebla state town of Raboso, about 76 miles southeast of Mexico City.
The earthquake that rocked the capital, topples buildings, has a depth of approximately 50 km.
Initial report says, more than 80 people have been killed and is expected to climb up.
Watch the video below.
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— pıʌɐp (@Lobillo_feroz) September 19, 2017
SHOCKING Scenes From Tourist Attraction #Xochimilco In Mexico City As 7.1 #Earthquake Hits #MexicoCity. #Sismopic.twitter.com/ttN2LB6F3P
— Purvi (@pretty_purvi) September 19, 2017
Windows cracking like candy, unbelievable! 7.1 Earthquake #earthquake #sismocdmx #Sismo #ciudaddemexico #MexicoCity pic.twitter.com/KieUuYuGKd
— Carlos De Niz (@CarlosDe_Niz) September 19, 2017
Images from #earthquake in #MexicoCity #mexicoearthquake pic.twitter.com/x9EqKuX4og
— Claudia Nardi (@ClaudiaNardi84) September 19, 2017
So many of the buildings in #MexicoCity collaspe during 7.1 Magnitude #EarthQuake ??????pic.twitter.com/pJn7b7eKuu
— Big J. Shoota (@BigJShoota) September 19, 2017
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