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PHOTO GALLERY: Second strong quake hits Mexico in one month


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Rescuers, firefighters, policemen, soldiers and volunteers remove rubble and debris from a flattened building in search of survivors after a powerful quake in Mexico City on September 19, 2017 AFP
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Rescuers work at the site of a collapsed building after an earthquake in Mexico City, Mexico September 20, 2017 Reuters
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Rescuers search for survivors buried under the rubble and debris of a building flattened by a 7.1-magnitude quake in Mexico City on September 19, 2017 AFP
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Rescue teams look for people trapped in the rubble after an earthquake in Mexico City on September 19, 2017 AFP
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Picture of a car crashed by debris from a damaged building after a quake rattled Mexico City on September 19, 2017 AFP
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People remove debris of a damaged building after a real quake rattled Mexico City on September 19, 2017 AFP
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Rescuers display a placard reading "Silence" as they hurry to free possible victims out of the rubble of a collapsed building after a quake rattled Mexico City on September 19, 2017 AFP
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Rescuers work at the site of a collapsed building after an earthquake in Mexico City, Mexico September 20, 2017 Reuters
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Rescue workers search for people trapped in a collapsed building in the Piedad Narvarte neighborhood of Mexico City, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017 AP
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Mexican soldiers walk towards earthquake damaged areas to help in the rescue and recovery efforts after a 7.1 earthquake in Mexico City, Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 AP
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A 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit Mexico on Tuesday, leading to the death of 248 people.

This quake followed another 8.1 quake that occurred on September 7, killing at least 98 people.

It also came only hours after many people joined nationwide, earthquake drills on the anniversary of 1985 earthquake in Mexico City that killed thousands.

 

 

 

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