A Storify Timeline on the Mexican Earthquake By Wells Dunbar • Mar 20, 2012 TweetShareGoogle+Email The earthquake's center is south of Mexico City, near the coastline. Image courtesy U.S. Geological Survey Tech blog Mashable has created a Storify timeline culling links and social media updates on the recent Mexico earthquake, and its reverberations in the United States. We've embedded it below. [View the story "Mexico City and San Diego Earthquakes" on Storify] Tags: EarthquakesMexicoTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Strong 7.4 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Mexico The USGS says an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 hit southwest Mexico today. The United States Geological Survey says it was 6.2 miles deep and about 120 miles east of Acapulco. We'll have more on this story as it develops. Update at 3:54 p.m. ET. Back To Normal: NPR's Jason Beaubien, reporting from the Zocalo area of Mexico City, says officials report no deaths and no major damage.