Historic churches damaged in Mexico earthquake

More than 150 churches were damaged during last week’s deadly earthquake in Mexico, according to the country’s Catholic authorities.

Many of the battered buildings are in the state of Puebla, where the epicentre was located.

A child’s baptism turned into tragedy when a church roof collapsed in Atzala. Eleven family members were killed, including the two-month-old girl being christened.

Later a planned wedding took place outside under a tent.