Hurricane Max Makes Landfall In Mexico

Hurricane Max Makes Landfall In Mexico

Hurricane Max made landfall in Mexico on Thursday, whipping its Pacific coast with winds of 130 kilometers (80 miles) per hour, the Miami-based National Hurricane Center said.

The Category One storm hit the coast of southwestern Guerrero state and is expected to pour heavy rain on neighboring Oaxaca, still suffering the effects of a massive earthquake last week.

The United states of America is still counting its loss after suffering loss of liuves and property from devastating Hurricane Harvey and Irma.

Recently eight people died when power cut off their air condition in Florida due to Hurricane Irma.
 

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