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>> A race against the clock in Mexico City, rescuers working desperately for a second nail-biting night on Wednesday. Their focus a 12 year old girl and any other survivors trapped beneath the rubble of a collapsed school after the country's deadliest quake in three decades leaving a death toll rising into the hundreds.
Rescuers have told local media they've spoken to the girl who tells them her name is Frida Sofia. It was hoped crews would have reached her and others by now but with debris crumbling around them, rescuers are moving slowly and carefully. They say a teacher and two students had sent text messages from within the rubble, a glimmer of hope they'll be pulled out alive.
>> We're providing plenty of water and food, people are very concerned for the children, we're waiting to continue again tomorrow.>> Rescue teams have been scrambling into action across Central Mexico, where the 7.1 magnitude quake reduced dozens of buildings to rubble. Reinforcements from abroad have started pouring in, a disaster relief team from Japan heading for Mexico on Thursday sending 70 people and four dogs.
>> With more help on the way.