MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico will search another three days beneath the rubble for possible survivors of the September 19 earthquake even though it is unlikely rescuers will find anyone alive, the country's chief of emergency services said on Monday.
Luis Felipe Puente, coordinator of Mexico's Civil Protection department, also told Reuters that the government has instructed prosecutors to investigate newly constructed buildings that collapsed in the quake for code violations, including a school where 19 children and seven adults died.
"I can say that at this time it would be unlikely to find someone alive," Puente said in an interview, referring to 43 missing people being sought at four disaster sites in Mexico City. The confirmed death toll was at least 325 people.
(Reporting by Daniel Trotta; Editing by Simon Cameron-Moore)