Esta nota también está disponible en español. MEXICO CITY—It has been 11 days since the horror began—day 11—the day people know all hope for more survivors is lost. But across this city and in nearby states most of the conversations you overhear still center on the earthquake. Questions like, “Where were you? How is your house? Is your family OK?” And thousands who assisted in the rescue efforts continue to struggle to process what has just happened. I, too, ask these questions. Most respond stoically before eventually our conversations devolve into rambling tears. Friends and strangers have retold the story of the moment the earthquake hit and the traumatic hours and days that have followed. It killed 358 people, and counting. Millions have been affected by the earthquakes in Mexico this September, which destroyed more than 150,000 homes. In Mexico City alone, 38 buildings collapsed leaving at least 217 people dead. But the final tally will continue to rise. Forty corpses have been pulled from the rubble at at Alvaro Obregon 286, an office building in the chic Roma Norte area of Mexico City, and still more people remain buried under debris. Before midnight on Sunday, five days after the… Read full this story
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