The main hospital here was so devastated that staff members evacuated patients to an empty lot and worked by the light of their cellphones.By the time the earthquake’s tremors finally faded, at least 36 people in Juchitán de Zaragoza were dead.“It’s a truly critical situation,” Óscar Cruz López, the city’s municipal secretary, said Friday. “It’s as if it had been bombed.”Over all, the earthquake — the most powerful to hit the country in a century — killed at least 61 people in Mexico, all of them in the southern part of the country that was closer to the quake’s epicenter off the Pacific Coast.Hidden Cam Latina Tube Porn will turn you into a tireless young stallion in a wink, and your bitchy girlfriend will suddenly become a hot sex-craving slave ready to do anything in the world for a hard throbbing cock!Welcome to the biggest free Hidden Cam Porn Tube on the whole web!The quake on Thursday was more powerful than the one in 1985 that flattened or seriously damaged thousands of buildings in Mexico City.While this week’s quake struck nearly 450 miles from the capital, off the coast of Chiapas State, the one in 1985 was much closer to the capital, so the shaking proved much more deadly.Residents in Juchitán spent the morning using backhoes and their bare hands to dig through the wreckage of collapsed buildings and pull the injured, and the dead, from the rubble.By early afternoon, the efforts had mostly turned from rescues to a cleanup operation, though the municipal secretary, Mr.
Mexico is situated near the colliding boundaries of several sections of the earth’s crust.
Local officials appealed to state and federal governments for aid to help with the recovery.“It’s impossible to resolve this catastrophe, to respond to something of this magnitude, by ourselves,” Mr. Aftershocks continued through the day Friday, unnerving the city’s residents, many of whom spent much of the day out in the street rather than return to their homes, said Juan Antonio García, the director of the Juchitán news website Cortamortaja.
Reports of damage elsewhere in the region continued to emerge throughout the afternoon.
The city seemed to convulse in terrifying waves, making street lamps and the Angel of Independence monument, the capital’s signature landmark, sway like a metronome’s pendulum.
But this time, the megalopolis emerged largely unscathed, with minor structural damage and only two of its nearly nine million people reporting injuries, neither serious, officials said.