Videos and photos out of Mexico show the destruction wrought by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake Tuesday.
Numerous deaths expected as massive tremor rocks Mexico City
Infowars| The earthquake struck the town of Puebla, 76 miles southeast of the nation’s capital Mexico City on the 32nd anniversary of a quake which struck the region in 1985 killing 10,000.
— Keith Walker (@KeithWalkerNews) September 19, 2017
Images depict structures shaking and entire sections of buildings crumbling, while others show Mexicans struggling to clear debris and rescue people trapped under rubble.
— RT (@RT_com) September 19, 2017
Witness video shows buildings collapsed in the Mexico City region after powerful earthquake, damage assessment underway pic.twitter.com/abLzcPqpWG
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) September 19, 2017
Center of Mexico City right now after 7.4 earthquake. Scary. Hope folks are ok. Video shot by a friend in DF pic.twitter.com/tlYtpEShcB
— David Prager (@dlprager) September 19, 2017
— Ben (@FreedomSocietyX) September 19, 2017
7.1 earthquake footage from tourist attraction Xochimilco in Mexico City pic.twitter.com/MeO27fEFsx
— J (@conecora1) September 19, 2017
Tras sismo, captan explosión dentro de edificio en la Ciudad de México pic.twitter.com/s78hhlijy1
— Noticieros Televisa (@NTelevisa_com) September 19, 2017
— Aldo Giammusso ⚽️ (@AldoGiammusso) September 19, 2017
Mexico City, few minutes ago…omg pic.twitter.com/3tEqS1ce2G
— jledezma (@Ppledezma) September 19, 2017
El terremoto en la redacción de “Milenio” en Ciudad de México pic.twitter.com/e7IX2lh5jD
— SalvadorSchwartzmann (@S_Schwartzmann) September 19, 2017
The BBC reports “several deaths” were reported following the massive quake.
WATCH: Video shows shaking lights and restaurant tables in Mexico City as 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit the area
(Via rramos1032/IG) pic.twitter.com/VEZiCRN0N7
— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 19, 2017
— BreakingNNow (@BreakingNNow) September 19, 2017
— Paco Villagrana (@PacoVillagrana) September 19, 2017
Amigos esto no es un juego, los que podamos vamos a las zonas afectadas. Seguro necesitan manos extras. pic.twitter.com/aRtINlL6jA
— K (@SirPotasio) September 19, 2017
An 8.1 magnitude earthquake earlier this month left around 90 dead.