OMA’s stacked pedestrian bridge in Jojutla, Mexico, enters development

On September 19, 2017, a 7.1-magnitude earthquake with wicked timing rattled a sizable swath of central Mexico, toppling dozens of buildings, killing over 200, and injuring thousands more in Mexico City alone. Outside of the Mexican capital city, the states of Puebla and Morelos also suffered widespread damage during the 20-second tremor with one of, if not the hardest-hit areas in the latter state being the municipality of Jojutla and its seat of Jojutla de Juárez, a small colonial market town bisected north-south by the Apatlaco River. At least 30 people in Jojutla perished while many more were injured or displaced. Along with the tragic loss of life, thousands of homes

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