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Forensic experts work on December 21, 2016 at Mexico's biggest fireworks market in Mexico City's Tultepec suburb after a massive explosion killed at least 31 people on the eve. 
Thirty one people are known to have died in the Tuesday blast. Forensic experts are working on genetic analyses of the bodies because nearly all are impossible to identify. Rescue workers were still searching for bodies -- or survivors -- in the smoldering wreckage of the market in the Mexico City suburb of Tultepec, which was packed with customers buying pyrotechnics for traditional end-of-year festivities.  / AFP / PEDRO PARDO        (Photo credit should read PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images)
Forensic experts work on December 21, 2016 at Mexico's biggest fireworks market in Mexico City's Tultepec suburb after a massive explosion killed at least 31 people on the eve. 
Thirty one people are known to have died in the Tuesday blast. Forensic experts are working on genetic analyses of the bodies because nearly all are impossible to identify. Rescue workers were still searching for bodies -- or survivors -- in the smoldering wreckage of the market in the Mexico City suburb of Tultepec, which was packed with customers buying pyrotechnics for traditional end-of-year festivities.  / AFP / PEDRO PARDO        (Photo credit should read PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images)

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El secretario de Gobierno del estado de México José Manzúr dijo que13 de los fallecidos ya fueron identificados por sus familias. Para poder reconocer los cuerpos calcinados "será necesario obtener el perfil genético" dice Alejandro Gómez, fiscal general del estado de México.

México: aumenta el número de muertos por la explosión de Tultepec

El secretario de Gobierno del estado de México José Manzúr dijo que13 de los fallecidos ya fueron identificados por sus familias. Para poder reconocer los cuerpos calcinados "será necesario obtener el perfil genético" dice Alejandro Gómez, fiscal general del estado de México.