Two people were killed and 4 others were reported missing in Mexico, as storm Hana, which turned into a hurricane, crossed and caused floods in the northeast of the country.
The civil defense said yesterday, Monday, that the two dead were a woman and her daughter, who were washed away by a flood river stream as a result of the storm, while they were trying to cross the Kahila border border with the United States by truck.
The loss of the four people was also recorded in this state, which was hit by heavy rains during the past 48 hours.
More than a thousand Mexicans are still in temporary shelters after the transit of Hana, the first hurricane on the Atlantic coast in 2020.
After this hurricane crossed Texas, accompanied by heavy rain and strong winds, it retreated to a tropical storm.
However, meteorologists have warned of the risk of floods and landslides in northern Mexico.