Two major earthquakes have rattled Mexico over the past two weeks, one of them striking on the anniversary of Mexico City’s 1985 quake, its largest ever.
As people just began to regroup after the first earthquake’s destruction, Tuesday’s 7.1 magnitude shock downed power lines and leveled buildings including offices, homes, and a school where 21 children died. With many people homeless and at least 200 reported dead, rescuers are working around the clock to look for victims.
Here’s how you can provide support to relief and recovery efforts:
People that are located in Mexico and want to donate supplies can find a list of drop off locations here.
If you have information about a victim or are searching for a loved one, you can get help or share information via Google’s Peoplefinder portal and visit this public Google Doc, which lists the names of rescued people.
Usted puede encontrar la versión en Español aquí.