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Source: Mexican Navy

This Rescue Dog In Mexico Saved 52 People And Everyone Is In Love

By Mark Pygas

A massive 7.1 earthquake rocked Mexico earlier this week, killing 230 people, the majority of which were in the country's capital, Mexico City. At least 21 children were killed when a primary school collapsed. It was the second major earthquake to hit Mexico in two weeks.

Thousands of emergency services, military, and civilians are currently searching through rubble across the country for survivors. Among them are Frida, a six-year-old Mexican Navy rescue dog who has saved 52 people throughout her career serving in Honduras, Ecuador and Haiti, according to the office of Mexico's President.