Henriette hits Mexico as Felix toll rises to 18, dozens more missing

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September 6, 2007 06:08

 
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Doctors examined shipwreck survivors at a makeshift hospital on Nicaragua's storm-battered Caribbean coast as a civil defense official raised the toll from Hurricane Felix to at least 18 people killed and dozens more missing. Hurricane Henriette, which killed seven in its march up the Pacific Coast, hit Mexico for the second time in two days late Wednesday, slamming into its northwestern coast near Guaymas with winds of up to 120 kph. It also made landfall in Baja California on Tuesday.

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