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Rescuers work on the recovery of victims from the Alvaro Oregon 286 building collapsed during the recent 7.1-magnitud earthquake, in Mexico City on September 27, 2017. 
A week after an earthquake that killed more than 300 people, a shaken Mexico was torn between trying to get back to normal and keeping up an increasingly hopeless search for survivors. The latest death toll stands at 333 people -- 194 of them in Mexico City. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias        (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/Getty Images)
Rescuers work on the recovery of victims from the Alvaro Oregon 286 building collapsed during the recent 7.1-magnitud earthquake, in Mexico City on September 27, 2017. 
A week after an earthquake that killed more than 300 people, a shaken Mexico was torn between trying to get back to normal and keeping up an increasingly hopeless search for survivors. The latest death toll stands at 333 people -- 194 of them in Mexico City. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias        (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/Getty Images)

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    ¿Por qué unos edificios colapsaron y otros no tras el terremoto en México?

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¿Por qué unos edificios colapsaron y otros no tras el terremoto en México?

Gustavo Arballo Luján, presidente de la Cámara Mexicana de la Industria de la Construcción, indica que la mayoría de las edificaciones colapsadas fueron construidas antes del sismo de 1985.

¿Por qué unos edificios colapsaron y otros no tras el terremoto en México?

Gustavo Arballo Luján, presidente de la Cámara Mexicana de la Industria de la Construcción, indica que la mayoría de las edificaciones colapsadas fueron construidas antes del sismo de 1985.