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MANZANILLO/PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico, Oct 13 (Reuters) – Hurricane Jova flooded the streets of Mexico’s main Pacific port with torrential rain on Wednesday, inundating popular beach resorts and killing at least four people in mudslides.

While Jova ravaged the coast, a tropical depression to the southeast prompted thousands of evacuations in Mexico as well as flooding and mudslides that have killed 18 in Central America since the start of the week.

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