Rubble sprawls across a street in Mexico City after an earthquake struck the region in September. Everett’s Reid Middleton engineers traveled to the city to help with recovery efforts, but also to learn how to prevent damage from future quakes. (Courtesy of Reid Middleton)

Rubble sprawls across a street in Mexico City after an earthquake struck the region in September. Everett’s Reid Middleton engineers traveled to the city to help with recovery efforts, but also to learn how to prevent damage from future quakes. (Courtesy of Reid Middleton)

Everett engineers learn lessons from Mexico City catastrophe

Structural scientists went to help after the September earthquake there and studied the damage.

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