"My condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in this accident and my wishes for a quick recovery for the injured," said President Enrique Pena Nieto via Twitter. WATCH: Incredible video shows explosion at a fireworks market in Tultepec, Mexico that injured at least 60 people. pic.twitter.com/gQtUAaySmu Good Morning America (@GMA) December 20, 2016 Sirens wailed and a heavy scent of gunpowder lingered in the air after the afternoon blast at the market, where most of the fireworks stalls were completely leveled. The smoking, burned out shells of vehicles ringed the perimeter, and first responders and local residents wearing blue masks over their mouths combed through the rubble and ash. Firefighters hosed down still-smoldering hotspots. Crescencia Francisco Garcia arrived in the afternoon to buy fireworks and said she was near the middle of the grid of stalls when the explosions began around 2:30 p.m. "All of a sudden it started booming," the 41-year-old Mexico City resident said. "I and the others surrounding me all took off running." Eventually Garcia was able to find her daughter, son-in-law and three grandchildren who were waiting in a car just inside the perimeter fence. The Mexican Red Cross said it sent 10 ambulances with 50 paramedics to the scene.

As was the custom, the women of the Hungarian Reformed Church prepared the food for the wedding feast and were invited to join the festivities. Dancing with the groom, at left, is Elizabeth Szabo, of Franklin, who was one of the cooks. By Katie Moen New Jersey Herald Posted: Dec. 20, 2016 12:01 am New Jersey Herald File Photo Although Sunday was Magda Gabor's big day, all eyes were also centered on her two more famous sisters, Eva, left, and Zsa Zsa, right, bright luminaries in the entertainment world. Here they are shown displaying their smiles and bridal party finery. They were their sister's bridesmaids in the wedding ceremony. FRANKLIN -- Long before Eva Gabor ever said "goodbye to city life" and moved out to Green Acres, she, her sister Zsa Zsa, and the whole Gabor family brought their unique sense of elegance and glamor to the streets of Sussex County for a wedding celebration that many local residents still fondly remember as a truly grand affair. Magda Gabor was married to Anthony Gallucci, a New York industrialist, on April 1, 1956, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Vermes on Rutherford Avenue in Franklin. Her younger sisters, Zsa Zsa and Eva, served as her bridesmaids.

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