Mexico City, November 7 Hurricane ETA has caused natural disasters in Mexico and Central American countries recently, causing at least dozens of deaths.
According to Mexican media reports, Hurricane ETA and cold front activities have caused heavy rainfall in southeastern Mexico, killing at least 21 people.
Guatemalan President Jamatah held a press conference that day and stated that a mudslide occurred in a mountain in the central region of the country, buried at least 150 buildings, and hundreds of people were missing. The exact death toll is not yet known.
More than 75,000 Guatemalan people were directly affected by disasters such as mudslides and floods. Jamata predicts that “ETA” will cause hundreds of deaths in the country.
Honduras media reported that “ETA” has killed at least 27 people in the country and affected more than 1.66 million people. At present, about 16,000 people affected by the disaster have been successfully rescued, and some people are still waiting for rescue in higher terrain.
In addition, ETA has caused casualties in Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and El Salvador.
“ETA” began sweeping the coastal areas of many Central American countries on the 3rd, and then weakened into a tropical storm on the 4th and moved towards the northern inland of Nicaragua and central Honduras.
It is expected to move northward in the future to the southern part of the United States.