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Dramatic Footage Of Mexico Earthquake Shows Buildings Collapsing Into Rubble

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Mexico City Mayor Miguel Ángel Mancera Espinosa has said that 44 buildings in Mexico city have collapsed, and potentially hundreds more have been seriously damaged, by Tuesday's earthquake. The 7.1-magnitude quake shook Central Mexico. With 119 dead at last count, the quake is the deadliest to strike Mexico since the one that killed 5,000 people 32 years ago today…

Over the last few hours, stunning video footage depicting buildings collapsing and smoking billowing from the rubble have appeared on Twitter. Here's a collection of some of the most dramatic videos.

In one video, what looks like a warehouse suddenly collapses, sending a giant plume of smoke into the sky…

Devastating images from Mexico City. pic.twitter.com/RpF7sUq31s

— Jorge Guajardo (@jorge_guajardo) September 19, 2017

In another, what looks like a residential building crumbles as onlookers cry out "oh my god, oh my god, oh my god…"

#BREAKING: Here is the moment when another building collapsed during the Mexico City earthquake. pic.twitter.com/86SVGfBEFU

— Pat Campbell (@PC1170) September 19, 2017

In another, passers by can be seen banding together to move debris as they try to free people trapped beneath…

People Come Together To Help Move Debris In #Mexico City In Search Of #Earthquake Survivors.pic.twitter.com/iSD2LptL5o

— Kevin W. (@kwilli1046) September 19, 2017

Here's more footage of the damage in Mexico City.

More video footage of damage in #Mexico City following M7.1 #earthquake:https://t.co/WXBnLlHG0v

— Jason Rosenthal (@JasonCRosenthal) September 19, 2017

The quake was centered in Puebla, the state in which Mexico City is based. So far, the majority of casualties have been counted outside the city, but it's likely that hundreds – if not thousands – more bodies will be found in the coming days as the cleanup effort begins in earnest.


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