SAN DIEGO (
) -- The earthquake that hit the southeast of Tijuana Sunday killed at least two people in Mexico and was felt in cities such as San Diego, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, according to reports.
The earthquake's magnitude was 7.2. The quake was centered 16 miles southwest of Guadalupe Victoria in Baja California, Mexico, about 110 miles southeast of Tijuana, the U.S. Geological Survey said, according to the
At least two people were reported killed in northern Mexico, one when a house collapsed.
The shaking from the earthquake was particularly felt in San Diego, where it set off alarms and the fire department responded to several calls, the
San Diego Union-Tribune
-- Reported by Joseph Woelfel in New York.
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