Aid arrives for families forced out of homes in Mexico
Help has arrived for some survivors of the worst earthquake to hit Mexico in over a century. Some citizens brought food from a neighboring state, enough to feed hundreds.
Many are resting at the Technological Institute of the Isthmus. It's become temporary shelter for families left homeless following Thursday's massive earthquake.
"We're not very comfortable, but we are fine. It's better than having to stay in the street, because many people are living in the street outside their homes. It's difficult," said Jocelin Gomez, one of the earthquake survivors.
The quake was felt as far as Mexico City and Guatemala City. Shelters have been set-up for survivors in devastated towns.