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Divers in Merida plunge into the watery depths of the Harbor Mall underground parking garage, which turns out to be susceptible to flooding. Storm Gamma has created havoc across the Yucatan Peninsula. Photo: Courtesy
A woman from the Mayan community of Tecoh looks on during a flood caused by Tropical Storm Cristobal in the town of Tecoh, near Merida in Yucatan State, Mexico, on June 3, 2020. – Tropical Storm Cristobal’s formation in the Gulf of Mexico marked a new record as the earliest that the Atlantic hurricane season has seen its third named disturbance, US
meteorologists said Tuesday. (Photo by Luis PEREZ / AFP) (Photo by LUIS PEREZ/AFP via Getty Images)
A family is evacuated and sent to a shelter during Tropical Storm Cristobal. Photo: Courtesy
Merida’s downtown shopping district is flooded Tuesday as Tropical Storm Cristobal brushes the Peninsula Photo: Desde el Balcon
The San Augustin church in Tekantó was damaged as Tropical Storm Cristobal brought days of nearly nonstop rain. The building is one of the largest churches in the Yucatán outside of Merida and an important early Franciscan Convent in the region. Photo: Facebook Santo Christo de Citilcún San Augustin Tekantó, as seen from the south The original mission dates from 1567. According to an inscription on the facade, the church was completed in 1688, over a hundred years after the mission’s founding.[2] Near to Tekantó are the hamlets of the ex-properties: Sanlatah and San Francisco Dzon.
Tropical Storm Cristobal has put Yucatan on Yellow Alert. Photo: Courtesy
Parking spaces in a north-end home were deluged with water from Tropical Storm Cristobal. Photo: Facebook
Women from the Mayan community of Tecoh wade through the water in a flood caused by Tropical Storm Cristobal in the town of Tecoh, near Merida in Yucatan State, Mexico, on June 3, 2020. – Tropical Storm Cristobal’s formation in the Gulf of Mexico marked a new record as the earliest that the Atlantic hurricane season has seen its third named disturbance, US meteorologists said Tuesday. (Photo by Luis PEREZ / AFP) (Photo by LUIS PEREZ/AFP via Getty Images)
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