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Massive Earthquake Hits Mexico

Sep 8, 2017

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And there has been a massive earthquake off the coast of Mexico this morning. The USGS says it was 8.1 magnitude quake. It hit near Chiapas. That's in the southern part of Mexico near the border with Guatemala.

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We're covering a couple natural disasters on this morning. Let's begin with this powerful earthquake that toppled houses and damaged schools and hospitals in the south of Mexico.

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