{FD} Lives lost in Mexico quake could have been saved, engineers say

Mexico City officials were widely lauded for tightening their building codes after thousands died in the 1985 earthquake, but they left out one crucial reform: a prohibition on the building technique that caused 61 percent of the building collapses in last month's magnitude 7.1 quake, which killed 369 people and blanketed tree-lined avenues in rubble.

{FD} Search for Mexico survivors continues as story of missing girl proves false

Desperate relatives were given hope Friday as tireless rescuers digging through the wreckage of Mexico's deadly earthquake continued to pull survivors from the rubble, raising the number to at least 60 people who've been saved since the quake hit midday Tuesday.