How to help earthquake victims in Mexico

People react as a real quake rattles Mexico City on September 19 moments after an earthquake drill was held in the capital.

Story highlights

  • Mexico is dealing with the aftermath of two earthquakes and a hurricane
  • Rescue and relief efforts are underway, but more help is needed

(CNN)More than 200 people are dead after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit central Mexico on Tuesday.

Frantic volunteers and first responders pulled 22 bodies of children from a collapsed school in Mexico City. At least 30 children are still missing there, according to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
    For the second time in two weeks, a powerful quake struck the country. A magnitude 8.1 earthquake, centered in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico's southern coast, was the strongest the country had experienced in a century.
    More than 90 people died in the September 8 temblor. The next day, Hurricane Katia made landfall in the state of Veracruz and caused a deadly mudslide.
    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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