mexico - The Mexican authorities went through the dust after a reliever about a non-existent schoolgirl. They allegedly wrong this week that this twelve-year-old 'Frida Sofia' was living under the rubble of a collapsed school in Mexico City.
All of Mexico lived with the rescue operation. Television broadcaster Televisa broadcasted for thirty hours from the location, where eleven other children were rescued. Nevertheless, Frida Sofia's fate was especially concerned with many people.
The hashtag #Fridasofia was Wednesday's trending topic in the country, which fought for good news after the second devastating earthquake in a month's time. A minister called to report the parents of the girl.
The authorities finally announced Thursday that all children were taken dead or alive from the rubble. The twelve-year-old scholar proved unable to exist. The Navy, who coordinated the rescue operation, acknowledged the dissemination of incorrect information provided by rescuers.
Many people reacted furiously to social media: they felt cheated.