September 28, 2010 by staff
Oaxaca Mexico, Up to 1,000 people may have been trapped by a landslide in the southwestern state of Oaxaca, Mexico, Gov. Ulises Ruiz said last week a hill about 650 feet wide (200 feet) collapsed early Tuesday, sending tons of mud over a maximum of 300 houses, Ruiz told CNN affiliate rescue officials Televisa, heavy machinery, as well as police and military authorities were on their way to the scene, Ruiz saidThere were heavy rains in the mountains, caused landslides to begin in Oaxaca, Mexico. Oaxaca is a state in Mexico with a population of over 3,000,000. It is one of the 31 states of Mexico.
The town was called Santa Maria beaten Tlahuitoltepec. According to some reports, more than 300 homes may have been destroyed, but no official word so far. The state government could not reach the leaders of the city immediately after the military disaster.The is helping with the rescue and is having trouble reaching the remote rural town, which is at least three hours drive from the capital state, because landslides have blocked roads, Ruiz said. The office of the Ministry of Defense press said he had no information on the rescue efforts.
Thousands of people have been flooded and had to leave their homes in other parts of Mexico, and 10 people have died from floods in recent days in Oaxaca for more information on this go to msnbc.msn.com. Our thoughts go to all those in Mexico who suffer from terrible conditions and with the townspeople of Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec. We hope that many people have survived this terrible tragedyWe offer a variety of travel options to enrich your travel experience. Tripwala.com your source for research and revision of India sub-continent trip. Get the best answers to the queries travel our travel consultants.
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