Consequences of hurricane "Yaw" in Mexico

Consequences of hurricane "Yaw" in Mexico Natural Disasters

Category 2 hurricane struck the Mexican territory by bregov Pacific Ocean October 12, 2011, causing numerous floods, destruction of houses and landslides.

"Yaw" was accompanied by wind gusts reaching 160 kilometers per hour. As a result of landslides in Chihuatlan killed two and floods that have reached 1.5 meters, have necessitated emergency evacuation. Several children injured in Tomatlan. The total number of victims is 6 people.

By morning the storm weakened, becoming a tropical cyclone force wind gusts of 50 kilometers per hour.

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