A large earthquake has rattled Mexico City and other parts of the county.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude 7.4 quake struck this morning in southern Mexico off the Pacific coast of the Oaxaca state. The USGS originally reported it was a 7.7 magnitude earthquake. The USGS says the quake had a depth of 16 miles and the epicenter was approximately seven miles southwest of Santa Maria Zapotitlan. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says hazardous tsunami waves are possible along the coasts of Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. There are no immediate reports on the extent of damage or if there are any injuries.