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Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is working with the National National Presbyterian Church of Mexico in responding to the flooding in Tabasco, Mexico.
Days of rain and unusually large waves off the coast have inundated Tabasco, a low-lying and oil-rich state on Mexico's tropical Gulf coast, causing the largest natural disaster in recent Mexican history. 70 percent of the state is flooded and more than 700,000 homes are under water.
Hurricane Stan batters Central America and Southern Mexico with Mitch-like forces. Needs are URGENT, and access is limited at the moment.
Hurricane Emily hit Mexico's Yucatan peninsula early Monday, July 18, 2005. The hurricane's center was just southwest of Cozumel island, a popular tourist area. Most of the tourists were evacuated as the storm drew closer on Sunday. Emily weakened to a Category 2 storm as it passed over the Yucatan.
Stan DeVoogd, PC(USA) Liaison for Mexico, noted that there is flooding in the cities. We are reminded that during the past year, Mexico has been gripped by drought that resulted in the loss of crops and cattle.