Earthquake Hits Mexico
Hundreds of people are waking up homeless after a strong earthquake struck Mexico.
The 7.4 magnitude quake was centered in Central Southern Mexico.
The earthquake struck at midday and was felt miles away in Mexico City.
Buildings swayed, windows shattered and cracks appeared throughout the capital.
Rattled workers scrambled to get out of shaking offices, and people poured into the streets, afraid to go back inside.
Lawmakers cleared out of the Chamber of Deputies Mexico's parliament.
Tourists were in a rush to evacuate high-rise hotels.
The epicenter of the 7.4 quake was outside the beach resort of Acapulco, in the southern states of Guerrero and Oaxaca.
The area is a popular spring break destination for Americans. President Obama's Daughter Malia is there with school friends.
The White House has said she is safe.
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