Southern Mexico was rocked awake with a 5.4 magnitude earthquke Saturday. No major damage has been reported due the the quake that had buildings swaying.
According to the the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake hit at 7:30 a.m., and was centered about 16 miles north of Pinotepa Nacional and about 210 miles south-southeast of Mexico City.
"Fortunately there are no reports of damage to hospitals, subways, or water systems," Marcelo Ebrard, Head of Government of the Federal District, wrote on Twitter Saturday.
Later Ebrand, who is known as Mexico City's Mayor, tweeted, "Confirmed: We've concluded that we do not have damage in the city."