Earthquake Destroys Highway Near U.S.-Mexico Border
Relatively small earthquakes hit parts of the U.S., Mexico, Egypt, Turkey and Cyprus over the weekend.By Matt Moreno | December 29, 2013
An unusually large number of high-profile earthquakes sprung up across the globe over the weekend, causing extensive damage to a roadway in Mexico and leaving residents shaken in Southern Europe, Egypt and the U.S.
Saturday, an earthquake near the Mexico-U.S. border collapsed chunks of this 300-yard stretch of highway. (Via CNN)
"The road is about 60 miles south of Tijuana. It passes over geological fault. The earthquake ranged in magnitude from 1.3 to 4.3." (Via WABC)