Firefighters, police, soldiers and civilians have been working frantically to pull people trapped under collapsed buildings in Mexico, following the country’s deadliest earthquake in 32 years.
More than 52 survivors have been plucked from several disaster sites in the capital Mexico City since Tuesday afternoon’s 7.1-magnitude quake.
Among them were 11 people rescued at the Enrique Rebsamen school.
At the site, rescuers have been in touch with a 12-year-old girl trapped in the rubble. But some 15 hours into the effort, rescuers could not exactly locate the girl, identified only as Frida Sofia.
A human chain of rescuers has formed at the scene, periodically demanding silence from bystanders to allow them to hear any calls for help.