A large earthquake near Acapulco shakes buildings in Mexico’s capital.

MEXICO CITY — A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck near the port metropolis of Acapulco late Tuesday, Mexico’s seismological company stated, shaking the capital, Mexico City, greater than 230 miles away.

Power strains and buildings in the capital swayed as the bottom moved for a number of seconds, and residents rushed exterior to hunt clear floor. There had been no instant studies of casualties, though some neighborhoods had been left with out energy, in line with the pinnacle of the Mexico City police.

Civil safety companies in Mexico’s Guerrero state, dwelling to Acapulco, stated the quake led to rockfalls and landslides onto roads, Reuters reported.

The U.S. tsunami warning system stated a tsunami warning has been issued.