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Rescuers, firefighters, policemen, soldiers and volunteers remove rubble and debris from a flattened building in search of survivors after a powerful quake in Mexico City on September 19, 2017.
A devastating quake in Mexico on Tuesday killed more than 100 people, according to official tallies, with a preliminary 30 deaths recorded in the capital where rescue efforts were still going on. / AFP PHOTO / PEDRO PARDO        (Photo credit should read PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images)
Rescuers, firefighters, policemen, soldiers and volunteers remove rubble and debris from a flattened building in search of survivors after a powerful quake in Mexico City on September 19, 2017.
A devastating quake in Mexico on Tuesday killed more than 100 people, according to official tallies, with a preliminary 30 deaths recorded in the capital where rescue efforts were still going on. / AFP PHOTO / PEDRO PARDO        (Photo credit should read PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images)

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¿Logró controlar México las fugas de gas tras el sismo?

Miguel Ángel Mancera, jefe de gobierno de la Ciudad de México, indica que han logrado controlar las fugas que se produjeron tras el terremoto. En total, dice Mancera, fueron 1.000 fugas de gas en la capital mexicana.

¿Logró controlar México las fugas de gas tras el sismo?

Miguel Ángel Mancera, jefe de gobierno de la Ciudad de México, indica que han logrado controlar las fugas que se produjeron tras el terremoto. En total, dice Mancera, fueron 1.000 fugas de gas en la capital mexicana.