The Lego brick factory in Mexico City has been damaged in an earthquake, according to reports.
The factory is the site of the popular Lego factory-damaging lego, but there are no reports of damage to the surrounding buildings.
The quake hit the area around 6:40pm local time (12:40 GMT) at a depth of about 7km (4 miles).
The quake, which hit the northeast of the city, was centred about 40km east of the provincial capital of Nuevo Leon, where there is a brick manufacturing plant.
There are no reported injuries, according a local official.
The Lego factory is popular with young people, and its owners have said the factory’s construction has improved since the earthquake.
In 2014, the factory suffered a major earthquake when it collapsed and collapsed a section of the building.