LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Mexico earthquake today 2013 has been felt in California. A Puebla, Mexico earthquake today December 27, 2013 began in the morning hours just near the California border. No reports of injuries are expected by local news.
Officials tell news that a 2.5 magnitude Mexico earthquake today began just after 3:40 am PST. The quake had a moderate depth however. USGS indicates to news that the quake started sixteen miles below ground level. As a result its impact was to only the immediate neighboring towns.
USGS tells news that the Mexico earthquake today was four miles south of Puebla. It started twelve miles southeast of Mexicali, Mexico as well. The Mexico terremoto hoy also started sixteen miles form Calexico, California and twenty miles from Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico.
In 2010, the region was struck by reports of El Chupacabra. Felix Martinez, president of Colonia San Martin, then told news a warning for residents of Puebla, Mexico. He gave interviews to Argon Mexico (argonmexico.com) with pictures that showed a field of dead goats. That resulted in local Puebla community leaders setting up watch groups to protect their livestock in Puebla.
Meantime, the country has been hit by several quakes this year. But most of them have been in the Oaxaca region, near Acapulco. In March, one quake started thirty-four miles southeast of Ometepec, Guerrero. It was also seventy-seven miles southwest of Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca and roughly one hundred miles east of Acapulco at the time. In April last year, a 6.3 magnitude quake struck the same region.