Juchitán de Zaragoza (Mexico) (AFP) – Police, soldiers and emergency workers raced Friday to rescue survivors from the ruins of Mexico’s most powerful earthquake in a century, which killed at least 59 people. In the southern region hit hardest by the quake, emergency workers looked for survivors — or bodies — in the rubble of houses, churches and schools that were split down the middle, spilling their innards onto the ground. President Enrique Pena Nieto said 46 people were killed in Oaxaca, 10 in Chiapas and three in Tabasco.

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