• Drone footage shows the devastation to buildings from Mexico's 7.1 earthquake

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    This is the devastation from Mexico's 7.1 earthquake.
    The earthquake caused a primary school to collapse as well as many other buildings across Mexico City.
    At least 200 people have been killed with numbers expected to rise.
    Rescue workers have been trying to free those trapped.
    The epicentre was about 75 miles south of the Mexican capital.
    Produced by Jasper Pickering . Special thanks to Joe Daunt. SEE ALSO: These photos show the devastation from the Mexico earthquake that has killed more than 200 people
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  • At least 22 children have died after a huge earthquake destroyed a school in Mexico City

    At least 22 children have died after a huge earthquake destroyed a school in Mexico City

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    A powerful earthquake struck Mexico on Tuesday afternoon, causing dozens of buildings to collapse and killing hundreds.
    One of the buildings that buckled at the magnitude 7.1 earthquake was a wing of the Enrique Rebsamen, a primary and secondary school in Mexico City's southern Coapa district.
    As of Wednesday morning, at least 22 children and two adults have been confirmed dead, Reuters reported . Three survivors were found. 42 people - 30 children and 12 adults - remain missing.
    Take a look at the photos below to learn more about the search effort. SEE ALSO: Powerful 7.1 magnitude...
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  • These photos show the devastation from the Mexico earthquake that has killed more than 200 people

    These photos show the devastation from the Mexico earthquake that has killed more than 200 people

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    A magnitude 7.1 earthquake obliterated parts of Mexico on Tuesday afternoon, killing more than 200 people.
    More than 40 buildings collapsed, including a school. Gas mains burst and fires spread after the tremor struck in the state of Puebla, not far from the capital Mexico City.
    Many victims are trapped underneath rubble from collapsed buildings, as rescuers race to pull them free, often in the dark because power supplies had been cut.
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