Anxiety high in Guatemala over victims of Mexico truck crash

  • CORRECTS TO CLARIFY THAT SALVADOR TINIGUAR’S WHEREABOUTS ARE UNKNOWN - Dominga Tiniguar and her son Victor Manuel Mateo Tiniguar stand outside their home in Chepol, in the western highlands of Guatemala, Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021. Tiniguar is the mother of Salvador Mateo Tiniguar, who was traveling on the truck that crashed in Mexico that killed 55 migrants. His family does not know what happened to him as they wait for information from Mexican authorities who have released a list of seven seriously injured unidentified people. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)

CHEPOL, Guatemala — Anxiety was high Saturday in Guatemala amid uncertainty about loved ones who might have been on the tractor-trailer that crashed in southern Mexico while jammed with smuggled migrants, killing 55 people and injuring more than 100.