Naval officers leading the rescue effort told reporters that she had been seen to wiggle her fingers, that she had taken shelter under a granite table and was in contact with schoolmates. The announcement came just hours after a different navy official had told El Financiero TV that rescue workers were in contact with the girl. Online, many vented anger at the authorities. But they also targeted the media — especially the broadcasting giant Televisa. Now they changed their version. Rescue workers were said to be feeding her milk down plastic tubes. But then the discrepancies started to emerge: no distraught family members came to the school; none of the surviving staff or students knew anyone of that name.
Entire towns in Mexico flattened as scale of earthquake damage emerges
It looked like a miracle in the making. A year-old girl was discovered alive under the ruins of a school toppled by the Sept. Thermal instruments detected her presence, and rescue dogs confirmed it with a bark, setting off a furious campaign to get her out. Mexicans—and later the world— tracked the rescue operation on live TV.
Her plight captured the attention of the Mexican public: a year-old girl, trapped in the rubble of a collapsed elementary school as rescuers rushed to save her. Television cameras fixed their attention on the frantic rescue operations after a devastating earthquake toppled the school on Sept. Some reported that she was with five other children, some that she had spoken to rescuers and was wiggling her fingers, still others that she had been sent water. But a day later, the world learned the truth: Frida Sofia did not exist. No children were believed to be alive in the building, according to Mexican Navy officials. So how did the nation, including emergency medical workers, some officials and news outlets, get it so wrong? People rushed to pull injured children from the school, but hope soon dwindled.
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