Hurricane Otis left at least 48 dead and brought chaos in the aftermath for Mexico
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The death toll is rising in Mexico after Hurricane Otis hit last week. At least 48 people have died, the governor of the state of Guerrero has announced.
The number of missing people is also rising, and is allegedly now at 36 people.
On Sunday, workers and volunteers in the Mexican resort of Acapulco cleared streets filled with debris from the hurricane.
Winds peaked at 73.8 meters per second / 165 mph when Otis made landfall in Acapulco on Wednesday, however the hurricane later weakened.
Gale force winds and subsequent flooding tore down houses and smashed infrastructure.
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Photo Credit: Satellite view of Hurricane Otis shortly after achieving Category 5 strength late on October 24, 2023 (Locally) (Early on October 25 in UTC). Public Domain image by ABI imagery from NOAA's GOES-16 Satellite - AWS S3 Explorer (Satellite Data) *EOSDIS Worldview (Background Data)