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What is Hurricane Otis? Hurricane Otis is a storm that hit Mexico. It has done damage already. The Hurricane is at a Category 5. The Hurricane arrived in Acapulco, Mexico. The storm started in the water and then went to land at night. The weather that Mexico was getting was hurricane weather. Hurricane Otis began as a tropical storm. The winds were 140kt, making the storm a category 5. This Hurricane is ranked the fifth-highest. The Hurricane had a hint in the southern Pacific coast near Acapulco. They felt this storm needed to be on the National news. The winds were recorded at 12:40 for the highest winds. Hurricane Otis death toll rises to 48, missing now number …

The Hurricane was followed by power and internet outages. It also destroyed some of the military airports. The death toll was 45 people at the beginning of the storm. Sixty people were missing, according to the Mexcian government. The rescue crews couldn’t reach the cities because of the many mudslides in the mountains. They took 10,000 troops to clear the road. The road was covered in mud, trees, and rocks. This took a while to clean, so rescues were called to help the city. This Hurricane is life-threatening to the south coast of Mexico. This causes the oceans to become warmer. They didn’t even know where Hurricane Otis came from. They don’t even have all the data of the strongest hurricanes. They must watch the storm because it can grow bigger and move to a different state.  They feel like this storm is a nightmare because they weren’t expecting it.  People from Maimi are tracking this Hurricane.  Their oceans have been reaching the heat record sent in April.  Mexico has the recorder of the more bottomless ocean.

 

This has caused so much in the southern part of Mexico. All the heavy rain and the winds have caused things like mudslides, building damage, and roads.  They couldn’t find sailors on a boat when the hurricane hit the water when it first started. When the storm slowed, the ships on the dots were all in the ocean. The guy’s family had not heard from him at all. The body was washed up into the sea. After the storm came down to category three, they searched for people who had mysteriously disappeared or needed help. Many houses were damaged because of the Hurricane. Fifty-eight people were missing at the time. The man who was on his yacht was battling 20-foot waves. A wife and her daughters had to look for her husband and their dad. While they were looking, they ran into some friends. Their friends helped them look for him. Some people on the yacht had jumped off the boat with life vests in the dark and warm oceans. They had searched the hospitals to see if he had returned there. The ferocity of Hurricane Otis stunned me…

 

After the Hurricane, the weather was warm. It was messy from all the trees, mud, signs, and rocks. Most people wanted to look for the missing people during the storm. The toll of the Hurricane was 45, including one American. Mexico has lost a lot of food throughout this moment.

More help arrives in Acapulco, and hurricane's death toll rises to 39 as searchers comb debris | KNWA FOX24

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Paige Golden, Staff Writer
I am Paige Golden, and I am 14 years old. I would love to go to Ohio State University for college. I am a 9th grader at Santiago High School. My focus is to get good grades in all my classes. I want to be a pediatric doctor. I want to take AP classes in my 10th-grade year. I want to start medical school next summer. I love to do math and science. You have to take math and science to be a doctor. My grades would help me get into the college I want to be in. I aim to graduate high school with all A's on my report card. I want to be able to go to the college I want to go to. My goal is to be a pediatric doctor. I want to work hard on all my homework. Wanting to be a doctor takes a lot of schooling. In my future hope, I make all my dreams that I want to be. My future will be great. I want to be the pediatric doctor's office's boss someday. I want to take all the classes I need to take care of. I want to own my own home one day. I want to take care of a child who needs it. I like this school to be a good school year. You can reach me at [email protected]
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