June 6, 2022 | Colin O. Jarrett | Eleven people are dead and more than 33 missing after Hurricane Agatha struck Oaxaca state in Mexico.
Agatha made landfall on Monday as a category 2 hurricane, the strongest to hit Mexico’s Pacific coast in the month of May since records began in 1949.
Heavy rain brought by Agatha triggered landslides and flash flooding.
Most of the victims were swept away by rivers or buried in mudslides.
Eleven people are confirmed dead and more than 20 missing after Hurricane Agatha struck Oaxaca State in Mexico.
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