As an around-the-clock search for quake survivors continues in Mexico City, some rescuers were forced to stop work on Saturday, after another tremor was felt in the capital, spreading panic. Mexico is still coming to grips with Tuesday's massive quake, which has left a death toll rising into the hundreds.
>> Because of the second quake the work has changed. The structure is fragile and could become more damaged. That's why the army decided to stop the work.>> As they awaited further instruction, many rescuers were left frustrated. They say there's still a chance more people could be pulled out alive, but the clock is ticking.
That sense of hope being felt right across Mexico City, like at this site where residents have begun to protest the possible demolition of debris, that could still have bodies buried beneath it.>> My sister's inside there, they haven't told us anything. They haven't kept us informed, they come out with the same thing patience, patience, patience.
For how much longer?>> As families demand answers, makeshift masses are being held at search sites, as locals cling to hope. While the latest tremor sent a new wave of panic throughout the capital, therapists took to the streets to offer free massages. Meanwhile, more international assistance is pouring into Mexico, is really the latest, to offer a helping hand.