Mexico: Tropical typhoon Lidia hit several areas of Mexico that caused rigorous destruction in the Baja California peninsula on Saturday. Due to heavy rainfall and flood situation in Mexico nearly 7 people lost their lives.
The powerful typhoon led to the power shortage, house and roads destruction in several states, especially in Western Mexico. On Friday, nearly four persons were found dead as Tropical typhoon Lidia strike Mexico’s famous tourist destination Los Cabos.
The reports revealed that at least two people died due to electric shock while a woman obscured after being sweeping away by water on a flooded street and a baby was frazzled from its mother’s arms after she was making attempt to cross a furious watercourse to shelter.
Storm Lidia is probable to get over soon as the typhoon enters mountainous territory. The typhoon was recorded about 65 miles (100 kilometers) west-northwest of La Paz and was going towards northwest at nearly 9 mph (15 kph).
Typhoon Lidia has caused never-ending rainfall in several areas of Mexico leading to floods in Mexico City and shutting this week Mexico’s airport.