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This September 1985 file photo shows a building in San Antonio Abad avenua in Mexico City collapse after the strongest earthquake to hit the capital in modern times. The 1985 Mexico City earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Some 12,000 people are believed to have died in this earthquake, with another 40,000 injured. President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims as the country marks the quake’s 20th anniversary. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/File
A photo taken 22 September 1985 shows rescue workers evacuating a wounded child from the hotel Regis in Mexico City, after an earthquake leveled parts of the city killing up to 30.000 people, 19 September 1985. AFP PHOTO OMAR TORRES (Photo credit should read OMAR TORRES/AFP/Getty Images)
51024178. México, 24 Oct. 2015 (Notimex-Gustavo Duran).- El centro de acopio instalado en el Zócalo capitalino, continúa recibiendo víveres para los afectados por el paso del huracán Patricia. NOTIMEX/FOTO/ GUSTAVO DURAN/GDH/HUM/PATRICIA15