Mexico Hit by Strongest Quake Since 1985

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March 20 (Bloomberg) -- Buildings in Mexico City shook for more than a minute after the country’s strongest earthquake since 1985 struck 108 miles east of Acapulco. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties from the 7.9-magnitude earthquake, though office workers as a precaution evacuated high-rise buildings in Mexico City and power was knocked out in several of the capital’s neighborhoods. Crayton Harrison talks with Mark Crumpton about the quake on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)


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