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Helicopter crashes into earthquake survivors in Mexico, killing 13

MEXICO CITY_After a powerful earthquake struck Mexico Friday afternoon, survivors near the quake's epicenter gathered in a field, planning to spend the night sleeping under the stars or in vehicles instead of in damaged homes vulnerable to aftershocks.

And then, a second

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