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PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico, Oct 11 (Reuters) – Hurricane Jova bore down on Mexico’s Pacific coast on Tuesday, threatening to hit one of the country’s busiest cargo ports and tourist resorts with destructive waves, heavy rainfall and flooding.

In the popular resort town of Puerto Vallarta, it was not yet raining on Tuesday morning but people were bracing for the biggest storm in nine years by boarding up shops and staying at home.

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