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Mexican residents deal with damages after hurricane Willa

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Mexican residents in Escuinapa wake up to damaged streets and fallen trees after Hurricane Willa lashed the Pacific coast with powerful winds and heavy rain before weakening to a tropical depression as it moved inland. IMAGES

Added on the 24/10/2018 17:25:04 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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