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Severe storm rampages in Mexican city Ciudad Acuna


Ciudad Acuna (Mexico): At least 13 people are reported to have killed by a tornado that hit the northern Mexico border city of Ciudad Acuna.
Hundreds of homes and buildings have been damaged or destroyed in the city, in Coahuila state, just across the border from Del Rio, Texas.
The US state has also had big floods, with at least three dead and 12 missing.
Images from Mexico have shown badly damaged cars and buildings.
Many people have been injured and there are fears about death toll which could rise further.
Coahuila Governor Ruben Moreira, on a visit to the storm stricken area, said that about cheap generic viagra 10 adults and three children were died and a baby was missing.
According to him another 150 people trapped in various accidents followed by the severe cialis and ejaculation storm had been taken to hospital.
As per the calculations of local authorities, more than 1,000 homes have been damaged by the storm.
It is said that at one point, the tornado had reached a speed of 270-300km/h (168-186mph).
Most of those died were walking cialis online on the street when the storm struck.
Coahuila state Interior Secretary Victor Zamora told that the child carrier of the missing baby was accidentally ripped off from its mother’s hands by a sudden gust of wind.
Ciudad Acuna Mayor Evaristo Lenin Perez said that it was the first tornado to hit Acuna since the city was founded about more than 100 years ago.
Rescuers were searching the 750 damaged properties to trace out more casualties.
The power of tornado had made cars to reach on top of houses.
There were also dead bodies lying in the street.
One local resident Maria del Rosario Ramirez, quoted in one of the Mexican newspapers La Jornada that there were cheap pharmacy total confusion everywhere in the region.


Video on rampage done by Tornado