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  • Here's what Sacramento area firefighter saw in his native Mexico City after earthquake

    Sacramento area firefighter Roberto Padilla traveled to Mexico following the September 19, 2017, 7.1-magnitude earthquake that killed at least 337 people. A native of Mexico City, Padilla arrived within the first 48 hours. With 22 years of firefighting experience and having witnesses the 1985 quake as a child, he knew Mexican citizens would need all the help they could get. He actively participated at several sites where people were trapped in multi-story buildings.

Here's what Sacramento area firefighter saw in his native Mexico City after earthquake

Sacramento area firefighter Roberto Padilla traveled to Mexico following the September 19, 2017, 7.1-magnitude earthquake that killed at least 337 people. A native of Mexico City, Padilla arrived within the first 48 hours. With 22 years of firefighting experience and having witnesses the 1985 quake as a child, he knew Mexican citizens would need all the help they could get. He actively participated at several sites where people were trapped in multi-story buildings.
Roberto Padilla