Hurricane Max makes landfall near Acapulco on Mexico’s southern coast

Hurricane Max struck Mexico’s southern Pacific coast on Sep. 14, causing heavy rains near the resort city of Acapulco, CBS News reported. The coastline where Max made landfall is sparsely populated with fishing villages located along the coast. Hector Astudillo, governor of the state of Guerrero, said that the rains would continue in the region. The U.S. National Hurricane Center had earlier issued a hurricane warning for the coastline between Zihuatanejo and Punta Maldonado, and said the storm could cause “life-threatening flash floods and rainfall” in Guerrero and Oaxaca states.
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