2104 Sonora Earthquake

Location of the quake
Date August 14 2104
Time 6:28 PM
Duration 24 Seconds
Magnitude 5+
Depth 9km
Epicenter 100km SW of Navojoa
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Areas affected North Mexico
Total damages $95-155 million
Maximum intensity Strong
Foreshocks 2~
Aftershocks 21~
Total casualties 3 dead, 11 injured, 5 missing
The Sonora Earthquake was a strong quake that caused a tsunami, which coincided with storm surge from a Hurricane.

The largest wave height was recorded at 5m 60cm, although this being from the tsunami itself is debateable.