Floods descend on Mexico

Floods descend on Mexico Natural Disasters

Several rivers in the southeast of Mexico came out of their coasts. Usumacinta River spill destroyed homes and farmland in several cities, and in isolated areas of the road washed away. According to estimates of the regional government of the state of Tabasco flood has damaged 90 thousand inhabitants.

Flooding in the southeast of Mexico is part of weather features of the region. In mid-October 2011 rains caused severe flooding in El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Mexico. Hurricane "Rina", weakened to a tropical storm, carrying the threat of another flood in the region.

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