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Hurricane Agatha, the first of this year in the Pacific Ocean, has wreaked havoc in southern Mexico. The storm caused flooding and landslides in many areas. At least 10 people died here and 20 people have gone missing. Near the resort of Huatulco 3 kids…

winds up to 165 km/h;  10 dead, 20 missing including 3 children

Hurricane Agatha, the first of this year in the Pacific Ocean, has wreaked havoc in southern Mexico. The storm caused flooding and landslides in many areas. At least 10 people died here and 20 people have gone missing. There are also reports of 3 missing children near the resort of Huatulco.

Giving information, the governor of the southern city of Oaxaca said – Due to the effect of ‘Agatha’, winds were blowing at a speed of 165 kilometers per hour. According to the US National Hurricane Center, such a terrible storm has occurred in Mexico after 73 years. At the same time, rescue teams have been deployed at many places. Search continues for missing people.

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