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Why the Mexico City Earthquake Shook Up Disaster Predictions

Scientific American - 22 Sep 2017
Workers cut into a building in the Roma district of Mexico City, trying to locate survivors of Tuesday's devastating earthquake. The quake came from a different part of the country than many seismologists had expected, and this may have had an effect ...
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Destruction from Mexico City earthquake may not be over

New York Post - 26 Sep 2017
MEXICO CITY — As many as 360 buildings and homes are in danger of collapse or with major damage in Mexico City nearly a week after a magnitude-7.1 earthquake collapsed 38 structures. The risk of delayed collapse is real: The cupola of Our Lady of ...
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Search ends for Mexico City earthquake victims

Aljazeera.com - 05 Oct 2017
Mexico City - The search for victims of an earthquake that killed hundreds across Mexico City ended on Wednesday as rescue workers recovered the body of the last person known to be missing beneath the rubble of collapsed buildings. Deputy Interior ...
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How Mexico City Is Beginning To Rebuild After The Earthquake

Forbes - 28 Sep 2017
I remember one minor quake that I worked right through. I never even stood up. The shaking was brief and seemed inoffensive. One time in 2013 the floor started to fluctuate, interrupting a raucous party in Mexico City's Condesa neighborhood. My friends ...
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After the Earthquake, a Mexico City Restaurant Shuts Its Doors

Eater - 03 Oct 2017
Shortly after 1 p.m. on Tuesday, September 19, Mexico City relived a national nightmare, experiencing a 7.1-magnitude earthquake 32 years after the deadly quake of 1985. The ground shook, clouds of dust filled the sky, and, for restaurant manager ...
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Mexico City Earthquake Interrupts 1985 Quake Anniversary Interview

NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth - 20 Sep 2017
Telemundo 39 reporter Norma Garcia was in Mexico City Tuesday interviewing a survivor of the catastrophic 1985 earthquake, where at least 5,000 people die, on its anniversary when a 7.1 magnitude temblor rocked the capital city. Towards the end of the ...

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