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Hurricane Dean approaching the Yucat n Peninsula on August 20, 2007
At approximately 3:30 Central Time on Hurricane Dean made landfall in the vicinity of Mahahual, with winds up to 280 km / h The largest city near the point of impact, Chetumal, remained without electricity for several hours . The eye move directly by communities such as pouring and Bacalar, Chetumal were affecting them in the downing of trees, utility poles, advertisements, walls and ceilings, the Bay of Chetumal overflows, flooding the surrounding streets with no reports of lives lost. However, about 800 people were left without homes. Unfortunately, the aid does not arrive in time after passage of the meteor.
The hurricane, weakened towards the state of Campeche, Calakmul across municipalities, and Hecelchakan Champoton, among the most affected communities, Sabancuy. The hurricane went back to the Gulf of Mexico and continuing in parallel to the coast where it started to affect Ciudad del Carmen, where he reported severe damage and flooding 60 of the city.
The hurricane made landfall north of Veracruz on the afternoon of August 22. After its penetration in the latter, continuing its movement to the west providing a large area of rain and instability in the states of Puebla, Hidalgo, Michoacan, Jalisco mexico and then to outside the Pacific Ocean and eventually to affect Baja California Sur with tropical storm force until its dissipation.

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