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Message: CDERA Mounts Level Two Response to Hurricane Dean Impact
Update August 21, 2007, 4.00 pm EDT
The Event: Hurricane Dean impacted several of CDERA Participating States during the period Friday August 17- Tuesday August 21. Dean's passage through the Eastern Caribbean was as a Category 2 Hurricane, strengthening to a Category 4 as it moved across Jamaica and reaching the level of Category 5 as it impacted Belize.
Six deaths have been caused by Hurricane Dean in the CDERA Participating States.
This situation report is based on information from hurricane watch centres, UN Agencies, Regional OCHA Office in Panama and CDERA (Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency)
Hurricane Dean has been upgraded to a category 5 as it is expected to make landfall on the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico, very early Tuesday morning.
Hurricane warnings are in effect for the east coast of Central America from the border of Guatemala and Belize.