Hurricane Lane slams into Mexico's Pacific coast

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September 17, 2006 01:07

 
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Powerful Hurricane Lane slammed into a sparsely populated stretch of Mexico's Pacific coast south of the city of Culiacan on Saturday after battering the resort of Mazatlan with strong winds and rain. The Category 3 storm knocked out power to parts of Mazatlan, a resort and retirement community popular among Americans, and forced officials to cancel the traditional Independence Day parade.

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