A couple of hours apart, but close to the same point, the National Seismological Service detected another earthquake in Cihuatlán, Jalisco.
According to the report, the magnitude 4.1 movement occurred at 12:24 p.m. and originated 102 kilometers southwest of the municipality. It had a depth of 14 kilometers.
The National Seismological reported a second earthquake in Cihuatlán, Jalisco. Photo: Twitter, @SSNMexico
Almost two hours after the earthquake detected south of Jalisco, a new telluric movement was reported 51 kilometers northeast of Matías Romero, in the state of Oaxaca.
The tremor occurred at 10:18 a.m., had a final magnitude of 4.4 and a depth of 127 kilometers.
Earthquake in Oaxaca this Sunday, June 11. Photo: Twitter, @SSNMexico
At 08:39 this Sunday, a magnitude 4.2 tremor shook the municipality of Cihuatlán, located on the south coast of the state of Jalisco.
According to the National Seismological, the telluric movement was detected 99 kilometers southwest of the town. It had a depth of 14 kilometers.
4.2 magnitude earthquake shook Cihuatlán, in Jalisco. Photo: Twitter, @SSNMexico
In the early hours of this Sunday, June 11, two earthquakes of a magnitude greater than 4.0 woke up inhabitants southwest of Chiapas and northwest of Guerrero.
According to the National Seismological Service (SSN), at 03:34 a magnitude 4.3 movement was recorded 124 kilometers southwest of Ciudad Hidalgo, in Chiapas, originating at a depth of 9 kilometers.
Tremor south of Ciudad Hidalgo, in Chiapas, this Sunday, June 11. Photo: Twitter, @SSNMexico
The second major tremor occurred northwest of San Marcos, in the state of Guerrero. It occurred at 04:34 hours with a magnitude of 4.1.
Tremor in San Marcos, Guerrero, this Sunday, June 11, 2023. Photo: Twitter, @SSNMexico