Mexico is dealing with the aftermath of earthquakes and a hurricane
Search and relief efforts are underway, but more help is needed
Two more earthquakes shook southern Mexico over the weekend as the country is trying to recover from a magnitude 7.1 quake last week that killed more than 340 people.
The temblors Saturday registered magnitudes of 6.1 and 4.5.
Earlier this month, a magnitude 8.1 earthquake was centered in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico’s southern coast, killing more than 90 people. The September 8 quake was the strongest the country had experienced in a century.
The next day, Hurricane Katia made landfall in the state of Veracruz and caused a deadly mudslide.
Search efforts could last for at least two more weeks.
Schools are closed indefinitely, and millions initially were without power
Organizations are providing medical relief, serving hot meals and building temporary shelters for those affected in the wake of these natural disasters.
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Deadly earthquake rocks central Mexico
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