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Thursday 21 of October 2021

Deathtoll Rises to 230 After Mexico 7.1 Quake


In this Wednesday, September 20, 2017 picture, a woman and a rescue dog search for victims among the ruins of a building that crumbled on the intersections of Simón Bolívar and Chimalpopocatl streets in Mexico City during the aftermath of the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that shook Mexico's central region,photo: Cuartoscuro/Carlos Maruri
In this Wednesday, September 20, 2017 picture, a woman and a rescue dog search for victims among the ruins of a building that crumbled on the intersections of Simón Bolívar and Chimalpopocatl streets in Mexico City during the aftermath of the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that shook Mexico's central region,photo: Cuartoscuro/Carlos Maruri
A hundred of the total deaths correspond to Mexico City, 69 to Morelos, 43 to Puebla, 13 to the State of Mexico, four to Guerrero and one to Oaxaca

Mexico’s National Civil Defense Coordination and the Interior Secretariat (Segob) reported that the death toll has risen to 230 in the states affected by the 7.1. magnitude earthquake that hit the country’s central region Tuesday afternoon.

Out of the total deaths, 100 correspond to Mexico City, 69 to Morelos, 43 to Puebla, 13 to the State of Mexico, four to Guerrero and one to Oaxaca.