6.0-Magnitude Quake in Gulf of California Rattles Western Mexico

A 6.0-magnitude earthquake rattled western Mexico Friday, with no immediate reports of injuries or damage, Reuters reported.

The quake, centered in the Sea of Cortez in the Gulf of California, struck 42 miles southwest of Ahome, a city of approximately 390,000 people in Mexico's Sinaloa state.

At a depth of six miles the quake hit at 5 a.m. local time and people in the city of Los Mochis felt windows rattle in buildings.

The Gulf of California separates mainland Mexico from the Baja California peninsula.

Meanwhile, a 5.2-magnitude quake hit southeast Colombia in the Valle de Cauca region Friday, without reports of damages or victims.

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