Mexico City Earthquake: Killed more than 200+

Mexico city earthquake

In mexico city there is very painful  incidents happens in which alot of public died and many of them was injured.( mexico city earthquake).

Mexico City Earthquake: Killed more than 200+ :

In mexico city there is very painful  incidents happens in which alot of public died and many of them was injured.( mexico city earthquake).

  • In mexico city earthquake a powerful 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck southern Mexico on Tuesday, in Puebla state, 123km from Mexico City.
  • At least 217 people have been killed, including 86 in Mexico City, 71 in Morelos and 43 in Puebla state.
  • It was the most powerful earthquake since one which hit Mexico City in 1985, killing thousands.
  • Citizens and rescuers were working through the night to dig people out of rubble.
  • Dozens of buildings have collapsed, including more than 40 in Mexico City alone.
  • Government officials have said at least 21 children and several adults have died at an elementary school in the city, after it partially collapsed. 500 soldiers and Navy marines are among those searching for children and employees still missing.
  • 15 people were reportedly killed when a church on the slopes of a volcano – which appeared to have a small eruption following the earthquake – collapsed during a mass.
  • President Enrique Peña Nieto has called for calm as the authorities assess the damage.
  • More than 11 aftershocks have been registered, with the strongest reaching magnitude 4.
  • World leaders have expressed their sympathy and offered support to Mexico, which was still reeling from a fatal earthquake in the south of the country just two weeks ago.
  • The US Geological Survey predicted up to 1,000 fatalities will come from the earthquake, and an economic impact of between US$1bn and $10bn.
  • More than 200 people are dead after a magnitude-7.1 earthquake rocked central Mexico Tuesday afternoon, hitting on the 32nd anniversary of the biggest quake to ever strike the country’s capital.
  • The earthquake struck about 75 miles southeast of Mexico City but caused extensive damage there, leveling at least 44 buildings, including homes, schools and office buildings, according to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who did a flyover of the city Tuesday afternoon.
  • Among the dead are at least 22 people, including students and at least two adults, from a collapsed primary school in the south of the city. Pena Nieto visited the school late Tuesday. He said the 22 bodies have been recovered but that 30 children and eight adults were still missing.
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