Aftermath of 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Mexico City

Source:Xinhua Published: 2017/9/22 14:38:31

Image taken on Sept. 21, 2017 shows tools used in the search for survivors in the Enrique Rebsamen school after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states.(Xinhua/Francisco Canedo)


 

Volunteers arrange supplies after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Sept. 21, 2017. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states. (Xinhua/David de la Paz)


 

A girl reacts during the funeral of a 4-year-old girl Naomi after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Sept. 21, 2017. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states. (Xinhua/David de la Paz)


 

Soldiers work after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Sept. 21, 2017. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states. (Xinhua/Carolina Endara) 
 


 

Fidel Lopez, 73, works as a volunteer after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Sept. 21, 2017. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states. (Xinhua/David de la Paz)


 

Rescuers and volunteers work during the search for survivors in the Enrique Rebsamen school after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Sept. 21, 2017. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states. (Xinhua/Francisco Canedo)


 

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 21, 2017 shows people attending a funeral of a 4-year-old girl Naomi after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states. (Xinhua/Monserrat Lopez)


 

Rescuers and volunteers work during the search for survivors in the Enrique Rebsamen school after an earthquake in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Sept. 21, 2017. The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 273, the government said on Thursday. Half of those deaths occurred in the capital Mexico City, where nearly 40 buildings collapsed, and the remainder in surrounding and nearby states.(Xinhua/Francisco Canedo)


 

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