Earthquake sways buildings in Mexico City, prompting evacuations
Reporting from Mexico City —
An earthquake has caused tall buildings to sway in the Mexican capital, prompting some office workers to evacuate.
There is no immediate word of any damage or injuries related to the Monday afternoon quake.
Mexico City is built on a former lake bed, meaning even faraway earthquakes are felt strongly there.
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