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Hurricane Manuel makes landfall in north-west Mexico

19 September 2013 Last updated at 23:23 BST

Hurricane Manuel, which has already caused devastation in south-western Mexico, has made landfall again in the north-west threatening more destruction.

Authorities in the northern state of Sinaloa have set up dozens of temporary refugee centres.

Meanwhile, those in the South are assessing the damage left by the hurricane.

At least 80 people have died so far and dozens are still missing.

Floodwaters also destroyed roads and bridges leaving communities cut-off.

Will Grant reports.

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