(CNN Spanish) — An earthquake measuring 6.3 shook western Mexico on Sunday, according to reports from the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
The seismic fire was located 10 kilometers deep and the epicenter was located 98 kilometers east southeast of La Rivera, Mexico and 130 kilometers west southwest is Cabo San Lucas.
This was also reported by the National Seismological Service of Mexico:
EARTHQUAKE Magnitude 6.4 Loc 122 km EAST of SAN JOSE DEL CABO, BCS 06/18/23 14:30:22 Lat 23.29 Lon -108.55 Pf 5 km pic.twitter.com/TxbEygSaXI
– National Seismological (@SismologicoMX) June 18, 2023
There is no tsunami threat in the area, the USGS said in an update.