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Duration2013/09/16 Two powerful storms pummeled Mexico as they converged from the Pacific and the Gulf on Monday, 16 September 2013, killing at least 41 people and forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands amid some of the worst flooding in decades.
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  • OCHA 2013/09/30
    Authorities report 218,000 people affected by storms Ingrid and Manuel, 139 people have died and 52,430 are in shelters.
  • Reuters 2013/09/24
    The death toll from a pair of storms that flooded much of Mexico rose to 123 on Monday.
  • BBC News 2013/09/20
    Mexican authorities say 97 people have been killed by storms that hit the country earlier in the week.
  • CNN 2013/09/19
    At least 80 people were killed in the storms. Dozens of people are missing after a mudslide that buried homes as Hurricane Manuel pounded the country\'s Pacific Coast.
  • OCHA 2013/09/16
    Preliminary numbers estimate that 1.2 million people have been affected of which 200,000 are from the state of Guerrero.
  • Reuters 2013/09/16
    Tropical Depression Ingrid battered Mexico\'s northern Gulf coast, while the remnants of Tropical Storm Manuel lashed the Pacific coast. Even as they weakened, the storms continued to unleash massive rains that have killed more than three dozen people in the states of Veracruz, Guerrero, Puebla, Hidalgo, Michoacan and Oaxaca. Across the Veracruz state, 23,000 people were evacuated from their homes.
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