A 7.4 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico’s Pacific Coast on Tuesday morning, taking the lives of at least six and leaving significant damage in its wake. However, Church News reports that according to spokesman Daniel Woodruff, all full-time missionaries serving in the impacted areas “are safe and accounted for.” Damages suffered by members or to Church-owned properties are still being assessed, the most serious of which seem to be being reported near the epicenter in Oaxaca.
Nearly three years ago, a pair of earthquakes, including one of a 8.2 magnitude, devastated the same part of Mexico. The quakes, which happened in September 2017, claimed the lives of hundreds, including three Latter-day Saints.
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