Imágenes de los voluntarios que restauran la fe en la humanidad (FOTOS)

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Estas fotografías de voluntarios mexicanos ayudándose unos a otros después del sismo, restaurarán tu fe en la humanidad.

La ciudad de México es escenario de una muestra inatajable de la solidaridad y generosidad de que los humanos son capaces de expresar en los hechos. Miles de residentes y personal de rescate se han sumado a las tareas de salvamento de mexicanos atrapados bajo los escombros de los edificios derrumbados por el terremoto.

La selección de las fotografías ha sido realizada por Gabriel H. Sánchez, edtor de fotografía de BuzzFeed.

Rescuers and residents look for victims amid the ruins of a building knocked down by a magnitude-7.1 earthquake that jolted central Mexico on Tuesday.

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Rescuers, firefighters, policemen, soldiers, and volunteers remove rubble and debris from a flattened building.

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Rescuer and volunteers dig through the rubble and debris from a collapsed building.

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People remove debris outside a collapsed building in Mexico City.

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Rescuers and residents look for victims amid the ruins of a building that had been knocked down by the quake.

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A rescuer pulls a dog out of the rubble during the search for survivors in Mexico City.

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Rescuers, firefighters, policemen, soldiers and volunteers remove rubble and debris from a flattened building in search of survivors.

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Rescuers raise their clenched fists asking for silence to be able to hear the voices of possible survivors buried under the rubble and debris.

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A woman holds a sign asking for silence to better listen for cries of help.

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An injured man is carried away by rescuers in Mexico City.

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Medical personnel organize supplies in Mexico City.

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Bottled water is distributed to rescuers and victims in Mexico City.

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People pass buckets and shovels to remove the rubble of a collapsed building in Mexico City.

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Rescuers and volunteers remove rubble and debris from a flattened building in search of survivors.

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Volunteers pick up the rubble from a building that collapsed during an earthquake in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City.

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Rescuers, firefighters, policemen, soldiers and volunteers remove rubble and debris in search of survivors.

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People assist an injured victim amid the ruins of a building that's been knocked down.

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Fuente: BuddFezz

 

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  1. LAMENTAMOS PROFUNDAMENTE LO QUE MÉXICO ESTA SUFRIENDO, SON ACCIONES QUE NO PODEMOS EVITAR SOLO ORANDO PARA QUE LAS PERSONAS QUE SIGUEN BAJOS LOS ESCOMBROS SALGAN CON VIDA, Y EL ORGULLO MEXICANO UNA VEZ MAS SE DEMUESTRA EN LAS GRANDES DESGRACIAS, TODOS LOS MEXICANOS BRINDAN SU AYUDA, SIN IMPORTAR LAS CONDICIONES, ES GRANDIOSO VER COMO UNA GRAN NACIÓN SE UNE PARA AYUDAR A SUS HERMANOS, QUE TODO EL MUNDO SE ENTERE.

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