Hurricane Jova Hits Mexico
Manzanillo, October 10, 2011
Workers board up windows to protect against Hurricane Jova in Manzanillo, Colima State, Mexico, on October 10, 2011. Mexican authorities placed four southern coastal states on high alert ahead of Jova's arrival, originally forecast as a category three hurricane and expected to reach category four, but reduced to a category two as it made landfall in Mexico.
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