Bronx —

Practically lost in a news cycle that included three catastrophic hurricanes was a massive earthquake that rocked Mexico City, killing more than 360 people and injuring 6,000 others.

That Sept. 19 quake, however, hit close to home after it injured veteran photojournalist and Riverdale native Wesley Bocxe, and killed his wife, Elizabeth Esguerra Rosas, when the apartment building they were in collapsed.

The tragedy has sparked an outpouring of support from photographers and others around the world through an online fundraising campaign started by photographers J.B. Diederich and Santiago Lyon, which quickly raised more than $110,000 for Bocxe’s recovery.