Mexico’s Double Storms Leave 115 Dead, 68 Missing

Environment News Service: Two hurricanes which struck Mexico last week have claimed the lives of 115 people as rescuers continue to search for 68 others believed to have died in a massive landslide in a remote coffee-growing village. A 16-person emergency response and rescue team from the Mexican army is leading the search for victims of the slide in the village of La Pintada two hours drive north of Acapulco. Five bodies were found on Sunday. Hurricanes Ingrid and Manuel made landfall on opposite coasts within a day......

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