Hurricane Patricia Aftermath

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

Now that the dust has settled, I thought I would take a look at the aftermath of Hurricane Patricia. I have scoured the Mexican press, as I suspect they are a good deal more reliable than the hyped nonsense our own media feeds us.

This is what the Mexico News Daily has to say:

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http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/6-deaths-3500-homes-damaged-or-destroyed/

Six deaths have been attributed to the Category-5 storm that hit the coast with winds over 300 km/h.

Officials said yesterday that two women, one from Argentina and another from Coahuila, were crushed when a tree fell while they and a group of friends were camping in the Tapalpa forest in Jalisco, about 200 kilometers from the coast.

Another woman was hurt and was hospitalized with a back injury, reported Fox News Latino.

The campers were unaware of the hurricane, and many were inside their tents when it struck, according to a…

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