Monster Hurricane Lidia Unleashes Havoc: Devastation, Dramatic Rescues, and One Tragic Tale – Exclusive Footage Inside!

Hurricane Lidia claimed at least one life, toppled trees and power lines, and triggered extensive flooding. The U.S. National Hurricane Center indicated that Lidia, though weakened, continued moving northeast at 23 miles per hour.

Hurricane Lidia, a formidable Category 4 storm ravages Mexico
Hurricane Lidia, a formidable Category 4 storm ravages Mexico. (Photo:-twitter)

Mexican rescue crews labored on Wednesday to address the aftermath of Hurricane Lidia, a formidable Category 4 storm that struck the Pacific coast of Mexico overnight. The storm claimed at least one life, toppled trees and power lines, and triggered extensive flooding.

Lidia made landfall in Jalisco on Tuesday evening, deluging the region with torrential rains, causing rivers to overflow, and prompting the suspension of classes in numerous municipalities.

Tragically, a man lost his life when a tree fell on his car near Punta Mita, a beach resort in the state of Nayarit. Additionally, two individuals sustained injuries in Autlan de Navarro and Cihuatlan in Jalisco, as reported by Laura Velazquez, the head of Mexico’s civil protection authority.

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As Lidia dissipated in the early hours of Wednesday morning while navigating the mountains of western Mexico, the remnants were situated approximately 145 miles north-northeast of Guadalajara. Puerto Vallarta, a popular beach resort, experienced significant damage, including battered homes and blocked roads.

In Nayarit, efforts were underway to clear fallen trees from a federal highway in the Bahia de Banderas municipality. The local authorities provided temporary accommodations for dozens of people seeking shelter overnight.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center indicated that Lidia, though weakened, continued moving northeast at 23 miles per hour. The hurricane center warned of potential flash flooding, with Lidia expected to deposit up to 12 inches of rain in certain areas of Mexico.

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