A group of heavily armed men burst into a hostel restaurant frequented by truck drivers and opened fire in Guanajuato state.
Indigenous artisan Glafira Candelaria, who lives in the small central Mexico mountain village of San Nicolas, views Herrera's dresses as a blatant rip-off of her traditional wares.
The disaster occurred last week as the government wages a huge effort to clamp down on fuel theft, which costs Mexico an estimated $3 billion in 2017.
Category 3 Willa hit Mexico's coast near the town of Isla del Bosque in the state of Sinaloa, where thousands of people had been evacuated from low-lying areas.
After a first blast in the Mexican municipality of Tultepec, firefighters, police and other rescue workers arrived at the scene when a second explosion occurred.
Mexico's interior minister and governor of the state of Oaxaca, were on their way to survey the scene of the destruction left by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck the country.
Both officials survived the crash.
With life in the capital back to normal, residents who have been evacuated from their homes urge the public not to forget them.
Mexican officials vowed to continue with search-and-rescue at a collapsed school in the south of the capital after a devastating earthquake.
More than 50 survivors have been plucked from disaster sites in Mexico City since Tuesday afternoon's 7.1-magnitude quake. At least 237 other people have died and 1,900 were injured.
The toll from The 7.1 magnitude quake in central Mexico will likely rise, as rescue crews and volunteers in Mexico City claw through the rubble of collapsed buildings looking for survivors and bodies.
Five children died in the explosion at the warehouse in central Mexico's Puebla state.
Former Sinaloa cartel boss El Chapo's son among four others kidnapped from Mexican tourist resort of Puerto Vallarta
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