Following Earthquake, Water Recedes on Beaches As Mexico Fears Tsunami

A powerful 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit Mexico's southern coast on Tuesday, killing at least one person and buckling paved roads.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A powerful 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit Mexico's southern coast on Tuesday, killing at least one person, buckling paved roads and triggering a tsunami in coastal areas near the Pacific.

One person died in Oaxaca, local Governor Alejandro Murat reported, after the quake hit the Pacific coastal state mid-morning . . .

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