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By: ofieldstream , 1:25 AM GMT on March 21, 2012
Today the ground between the states of Guerrero and Oaxaca, Mexico shook, and shook quite violently. With a huge 7.4 Quake at less than 10 miles deep, the ground was tossed mightily; we're still waiting on reports of the severity of the damage. But with a large cluster of 7 quakes from the massive 7.4 to 4.6, and all of the quakes clustered in a radius of less than 40 miles; including one offshore; there has to be some serious damage. This is also NOT an unpopulated area.
Screenshot of GoogleMap of today's WUquake MXcluster
Screenshot of USGS map of today's WUquake MXcluster
There are more, around the world. But this was a blast in a small region.
So, who's up for the next rumble? My guess the San Andreas may be feeling some shaking soon.
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