Mexico City, Sep 23 (IANS) A 5.8-magnitude earthquake struck the south of Mexico on Saturday, where officials were working to assess the scale of the damage, the Mexican seismic alert system reported.Also Read - Texas Border Crossing Where Migrants Made Camp to Reopen

The temblor occurred 123 kilometre to the southeast of Salina Cruz, which is located on Mexico’s southern Pacific coast in the state of Oaxaca, Efe news reported. Also Read - Videos Show Buildings Swaying, Power Outages in Mexico After Massive Quake; Tsunami Alert Sounded | WATCH

It was yet unknown whether the latest earthquake had claimed any victims or damaged infrastructure. Also Read - Brave Woman Fights Off 10-Ft-Long Crocodile, Repeatedly Punches It in Face to Protect Her Identical Twin Sister

It came four days after a 7.1-magnitude earthquake shook the country, claiming 292 lives.

This is published unedited from the IANS feed.