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Sunday 26 of September 2021

Earthquake Death Toll Rises to 273


A volunteer looks at a car smashed under the rubble of a building that collapsed on Peten Street, south of Mexico City, during the 7.1. magnitude earthquake that hit Mexico's central region Tuesday afternoon,photo: Cuartoscuro/Diego Simón Sánchez
A volunteer looks at a car smashed under the rubble of a building that collapsed on Peten Street, south of Mexico City, during the 7.1. magnitude earthquake that hit Mexico's central region Tuesday afternoon,photo: Cuartoscuro/Diego Simón Sánchez
Civil Protection Authorities are trying to add up the number of fatalities in the country

Civil Protection authorities have reported that number of fatalities after Tuesday’s earthquake has reached 273 across the country.

In its most recent calculations, the National Coordination of Civil Protection said that 137 of the deaths correspond to Mexico City, 73 to Morelos, 43 to Puebla, 13 to the State of Mexico, six to Guerrero and one to Oaxaca.

The Interior Secretariat (Segob) indicated that these are preliminary figures and that they are still in constant modification, especially since the work of rescue and recovery continues.