VIDEO.  This is how the earthquake felt in the Benito Juárez mayor's office, CDMX

Mexico City.- It happened again, Today, September 19, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 was recorded with an epicenter south of Coalcomanin Michoacán, as reported by the National Seismological System (SSN).

Dozens of images and videos circulate on social networks of the moment that caused panic among society, in one of them the exact moment in which the shaking moved antennas, pots, structures and buildings on the street, work or houses.

A video shows how the earthquake felt in the Benito Juárez mayor’s officeMexico City, in the recording it is shown as the strength of the shaking moves antennas, lights, and a dog barks when witnessing the earthquake.

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After the earthquake, the head of government of the Mexico CityClaudia Sheinbaum, reported that so far no damage has been reported in the capital due to the telluric movement that shook several states of the country on Monday afternoon.

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