The blast ripped through the San Pablito Fireworks Market in Tultepec, Mexico, on Tuesday, killing at least 29.
Posted on December 20, 2016, at 8:46 p.m. ET
Rescue workers search amid the debris left by a huge blast that occurred in the San Pablito fireworks market in Tultepec, near Mexico City, on Dec. 20, 2016.
Local residents search among the debris.
Firefighters and rescue workers search the charred ruins of the open-air market.
A drone captures smoke billowing from the San Pablito Market.
Rescue workers survey the devastation.
A boy takes his helmet off as he pauses while working amid the debris.
A man walks through the scorched remains of the market.
Firefighters work through the ruins of the market.
Firefighters and local residents worked alongside each other to sift through the damage.
View of the charred shell of market stalls after the huge blast.
A firefighter works alongside residents to search for survivors.
A crowd surveys the remains of the San Pablito Market.
Military police also worked in the debris.
A charred market stand remains amid the rubble.
Military police officers surveys the damage.
People douse embers amid with buckets of water.
Rescue workers put out smoldering embers.
Rescue workers and local residents work together to search through the debris.
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