Hurricane Lidia made landfall in Mexico early Friday morning, killing one person and causing widespread damage in the resort town of Cabo San Lucas. The storm quickly dissipated after making landfall, but not before causing heavy rains, strong winds, and high waves.
One Person Killed
The only reported fatality from Hurricane Lidia was a man who was electrocuted by a downed power line in Cabo San Lucas. The man was trying to help a neighbor when he came into contact with the line.
Hurricane Lidia caused widespread damage in Cabo San Lucas, with many businesses and homes being destroyed or damaged. The storm also caused power outages and water disruptions across the city.
Storm Dissipates Rapidly
Hurricane Lidia dissipated rapidly after making landfall in Mexico. The storm was downgraded to a tropical depression within hours of making landfall.
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Hurricane Lidia was a powerful storm that caused significant damage in Mexico. The storm quickly dissipated after making landfall, but not before killing one person and causing widespread damage.
- Be aware of the dangers of hurricanes and other natural disasters.
- Have a plan in place in case of a disaster.
- Stay informed about the latest weather conditions.
- Follow the instructions of local officials.
- Be safe and take care of yourself and your loved ones.