Four earthquakes were recorded along the northern coast of Jalisco over the last 24 hours. None of the earthquakes caused injury or damage and all were under 4.0 on the Richter Scale.
The first earthquake was recorded in Puerto Vallarta, a magnitude of 3.6 on the Richter scale, registered on Sunday at 23:24 hours, was located 30 kilometers to the southwest, with a latitude of 20.35 ° and longitude Of -105.31 °. With a depth of 9 kilometers.
The second earthquake occurred in Cihuatlán, Jalisco, with a magnitude 3.2 on the Richter scale, was recorded at 01:56 hours on Monday August 7, 2017, was located 57 kilometers to the west of that municipality, Its latitude was 19.26 ° and its length of -105.10 °. It had a depth of 13 kilometers.
For the third earthquake, the SSN of the UNAM confirmed that it also took place in Cihuatlan, Jalisco, its magnitude was 3.6 degrees Richter scale, the time of registration was at 05:45 hours this morning, August 07 2017, was located 63 kilometers to the Northwest of Cihuatlán, its latitude was at 19.39 ° and length of -105.14 °. The tremor depth was 3 kilometers.
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Finally, at 07:30 hours on Monday, the official website of the National Seismological Service, maintains the record of another earthquake of magnitude 3.7 degrees Richter scale, the time was at 05:48, its time Located was located 151 kilometers to the Southwest of Puerto Vallarta. The latitude was at 19.63 ° and its length at -106.24 °. The depth was 9 kilometers.