Mexico City's mayor has said that two people were killed in a gas explosion at a maternity hospital in the city.
Emergency services previously put the figure at seven.
Seven people, including three children, were killed when a gas truck exploded and destroyed a large part of a maternity hospital in the west of Mexico City, emergency services said.
Luis Felipe Puente, the head of the country's civil protection agency, confirmed the seven deaths.
Dozens of people were evacuated, some with injuries from broken glass, while rescue workers scour the area for survivors.
A gas explosion has ripped through a maternity hospital in Mexico City.
Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera told the Televisa network that at least 52 people were injured in the blast, 22 of whom were children.
He said the explosion, from a gas tank truck, caused part of the building to collapse, but added there are no deaths reported at this time.
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