1. In Morelos, the Jojutla district was hit the hardest. Their town hall is in shambles.
2. Several people were trapped in the ruins of the Casa Latinoamericana tower after it collapsed in Cuernavaca.
3. In the district of Atzala, in Puebla, tragedy struck when the Temple of Santiago Apóstol collapsed with 14 people inside attending a baptism.
4. Homes and businesses in the district of Atlixco have suffered serious damage.
5. At least seven people have died and ten more are still missing after this residential complex collapsed in Los Girasoles, Coapa, in Mexico City.
6. A few blocks away, this business collapsed at the corner of Calzada del Hueso and Miramontes.
7. This building in Emiliano Zapata collapsed with 15 to 20 people trapped inside.
8. At least five people were rescued from this building in Roma Sur after it collapsed.
9. And 24 people have been rescued from the debris of this collapsed building in Condesa.
10. Help took longer to arrive at another collapsed building in Condesa, and survivors were not pulled from the wreckage until almost 24 hours after the earthquake leveled the structure.
11. Four people managed to escape the wreckage of this structure in Del Valle, but sadly, one woman in the building is reported to have not survived.
12. The Enrique Rébsamen school was the scene of one of the most painful tragedies to have struck Mexico during the earthquake. Over 20 people died when the building collapsed. Fortunately, over 70 survivors are already receiving treatment.
13. In the Miravalle area, this building did not collapse, but is being held up with supports, and has sustained heavy structural damage.
14. In Narvarte, this apartment building collapsed in on itself.
15. And in a textile plant in the Obrera area, 60 workers could not escape before the building collapsed because the exits were activated by a fingerprint scanning device.
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This post was translated from Spanish.