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Baja, Calif. Residents Evacuate from Hurricane Jimena

La Opinin, Posted: Sep 01, 2009

MEXICO CITY Authorities in Baja California, in northwestern Mexico, are evacuating and relocating people to shelters in the wake of Hurricane Jimena, reports La Opinin. According to the news report, the hurricane is currently at level 4 out of 5, and is the strongest natural disaster to hit the region in several years. State civil protection spokesman Luis Armando Diaz said that further south, in the Los Cabos Mexico region of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, a large number of families have already been placed in shelters. There are currently 159 shelters throughout the state of Baja California to accommodate up to 29 thousand people.

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