An 8.2 magnitude earthquake off the southern coast of Mexico has killed at least 30 and left survivors homeless. The tremors were felt as far north as Mexico City, where people poured into the streets. Now the country is bracing for the aftershocks.
Mexico has been hit by magnitude 6.1 earthquake, according to the country's seismological service. The tremor comes four days after a quake near Mexico City that killed about 300 people.
The Agua Azul waterfalls in southern Mexico are a playground of water cascading over limestone steps. But after an earthquake hit the country, they dried up and the area's once-booming tourist economy along with them.
The number of those killed continues to rise. Mexico's southwest region remains fearful of further tremors even as it struggles to return to normalcy and officials work to get stranded citizens back in their homes.
Mexico's government is distributing food to survivors of an earthquake that destroyed a large part of the city of Juchitan and left at least 90 people dead in the region. Nearly 800 aftershocks have been recorded.
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