Strong quake rattles southern Mexico
The magnitude-6 quake was centered along the Pacific coast of the southern
of Chiapas, according to the National Earthquake Information Center, in Golden,
It briefly knocked out electricity in Chiapas' capital, Tuxtla Gutierrez,
and was felt
as far away as El Salvador and Mexico City, 475 miles (760 kms) northwest of the
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