This article is also available in English. Pasada la medianoche del sexto dĂa de las operaciones de rescate, los jĂłvenes locales se sentaron a lo largo de ObregĂłn 286 y cantaron su trĂĄgica apropiaciĂłn de la letra de los Beatles Help Me If You Can: â€œAyĂşdame si puedes, me siento deprimido. Y apreciarĂa tu compaĂąĂa. AyĂşdame a poner los pies en el suelo. Por favor, por favor, Âżno me ayudarĂĄs?â€? cantĂł un chico con una guitarra. â€œHelp me. Help meâ€?.
MEXICO CITY—It has been eleven days since the horror began—day eleven—the day people know all hope for more survivors is lost. But across this city and in nearby states most of the conversations you overhear still center on the earthquake. Questions like, “Where were you? How is your house? Is your family okay?” And thousands who assisted in the rescue efforts continue to struggle to process what has just happened.I, too, ask these questions.
The country watched Televisa’s live-stream through the night, wide-eyed and praying that a 12-year-old girl named Frida Sofia would be pulled from the rubble of the Rebsamen elementary school in Mexico City, destroyed during Tuesday’s earthquake. For more than a day and a half Mexico followed the rescue effort of Frida Sofia, allegedly weakly clinging to life. Frida Sofia reportedly knew of other children trapped in the rubble—anywhere from two to five. Frida Sofia reportedly moved her tiny hand.
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