First storm hits Mexico, then hurricane

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After Storm Max in Mexico, the country was shaken by Hurricane Lidia. In the country where casualties increased, the government increased the measures by opening shelter centers. The Mexican Civil Protection Team said that 171 people affected by the hurricane were placed in 45 shelter centers.

First storm hits Mexico, then hurricane

While the loss of life in Hurricane Lidia, which hit the Pacific coast of Mexico, increased to three, two people lost their lives due to tropical storm Max. The balance sheet is increasing due to Hurricane Lidia and Storm Max, which hit Mexico. The number of people who lost their lives in the severe wind and flood caused by Hurricane Lidia, which was effective in the states of Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima and Sinaloa, increased to three.


In the state of Jalisco, it was stated that one person died when his car was caught in flood waters and another person died when a tree fell on him. In Nayarit state, one person died of a heart attack during search and rescue operations. Major damage occurred on four motorways in Jalisco state.


Laura Velázquez, National Coordinator of the Mexican Civil Protection Team (Protección Civil), announced at a joint press conference with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador that 171 people affected by the hurricane were placed in 45 shelter centres. Velázquez also stated that there are 32 thousand 293 Armed Forces personnel in the field, in addition to 741 vehicles, 4 full-fledged kitchens, 9 aircraft, 13 boats and 403 special equipment.

The Mexican Electricity Administration La Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) reported that electricity was restored in 22 percent of the affected areas.


Two people drowned in the flood caused by heavy rains caused by Storm Max, which was effective in the city of Tecpan de Galeana in the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of Mexico. After the storm, while 30 thousand people were left without electricity in the state, it was announced that the communication of dozens of towns was broken, electricity, telephone lines and internet connections did not work.

Source: Ihlas News Agency

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