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Rescuers digging through rubble searching for survivors in Mexico City

Rescuers are digging through the rubble looking for any sign of survivors, but time is running out. The death toll has risen to 274. More than two-thousand people have been injured. forty-four buildings were destroyed. And eleven children were rescue

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