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Semar rules out tsunami in Mexican seas after earthquake in Taiwan – El Sol de México

The Secretary of the Navy (Semar) confirmed that the Mexican coasts are out of danger due to the tsunami warning issued in Japan after the 7.5 magnitude earthquake that occurred in Taiwan and caused waves up to 3 meters high in japanese seas.

The information was also released by the National Civil Protection Coordination (CNPC) after he Navy Tsunami Warning Center will rule out possible effects on sea level in Mexican territory.

“As a result of the 7.5 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan, the Semar Tsunami Warning Center issued a bulletin informing that the generation of variations in sea level is not expected in the areas.” coasts of Mexico”, reported the CNPC.

According to the EFE agency, a earthquake of magnitude 7.5 hit the coast near Taiwan this Wednesday, forcing the issuance of the tsunami warning for the archipelago of Okinawasouth of Japan, by waves of up to three meters.

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To date, no information is known about the number of victims or damages, although videos broadcast on social networks warn about landslides of buildings in Taiwan.

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