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Hurricaine looms over Mexico

Ports are closed, school classes suspended and hundreds of people have been moved to higher ground, as hurricaine Raymond hovers 160 km off the coast of Mexico. Here in Acapulco, residents clear rubbish from the canal in an effort to prevent more flooding in a city recovering from devastating floods last month. Nearly six thousand people are still living in shelters after two tropical storms in September killed more than 150 people, causing billions of dollars of damage (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) RESIDENT LUZ ELENA CABALLERO SAYING: "The Marquesita canal is threatening. It comes from the plains and it is full of dirt and they really should help us from that side. That side is where the water comes from. When Paulina happened (hurricane Paulina in 1997) the same thing happened and now again. It's not fair that we pay for such expensive housing and that we lose everything we have. We lose our furniture. We are losing everything and it is really a very big problem

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