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Death toll in Costa Rica quake rises to 23

 Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher autographs the hat of 2-month-old Josue Mendoza in a shelter for people left homeless by Thursday's 6....
 Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher visits people who were left homeless after last Thursday's 6.1-magnitude earthquake, in a shelter in P...
 Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher smiles at Nidalin Mendoza, 5, during his visit to shelter for people left homeless by Thursday's 6.1-m...
 Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher talks to teenage girls at a temporary shelter for people left homeless by last Thursday's 6.1-magnitud...

Costa Rica Michael Schumacher

Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher autographs the hat of 2-month-old Josue Mendoza in a shelter for people left homeless by Thursday's 6....

Costa Rica Michael Schumacher

Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher visits people who were left homeless after last Thursday's 6.1-magnitude earthquake, in a shelter in P...

Costa Rica Michael Schumacher

Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher smiles at Nidalin Mendoza, 5, during his visit to shelter for people left homeless by Thursday's 6.1-m...

Costa Rica Michael Schumacher

Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher talks to teenage girls at a temporary shelter for people left homeless by last Thursday's 6.1-magnitud...

The death toll from Costa Rica's magnitude-6.1 earthquake has risen to 23 after three more bodies were found.
The country's judicial investigative agency says the latest bodies were uncovered at the site of a collapsed restaurant in the town of Cinchona. The victims were the restaurant's owner and two of his children.
The quake rocked the Central American nation last Thursday, unleashing massive landslides.
President Oscar Arias called for international aid for the devastated area on Wednesday.
German Formula One race champion Michael Schumacher, who was in Costa Rica for a previously scheduled appearance at a traffic safety event, toured the disaster zone and noted sadly that "so many families have lost their homes."


Updated : 2021-05-19 03:02 GMT+08:00