The 7.0 magnitude quake hit 17.7km northeast of the town late on Tuesday
Printed 09.09.21, 01:39 AM
Shaken residents slept in vehicles and on the streets of Mexico’s Acapulco seashore resort on Wednesday, as a collection of robust aftershocks rippled by the town after a strong earthquake that killed one man.
The 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit 17.7km northeast of Acapulco late on Tuesday. It broken the management tower on the seashore resort’s worldwide airport, cracked partitions in a hospital attending COVID-19 sufferers and triggered landslides and fuel leaks.