Authorities finally made their way to San Pedro Pochulta, a town cut off to electricity and phone due to Hurricane Agatha.
At least 11 people died after Hurricane Agatha caused severe flooding and mudslides in Mexico.
Oaxaca Governor Alejandro Murat told local media Wednesday that more than 30 people were missing.
Hurricane Agatha's wind and rain caused rivers to overflow their banks sweeping away people. Others were buried in mudslides Oaxaca Governor Alejandro Murat told local media.
The hurricane made landfall in Oaxaca on May 30 with winds of nearly 105 mph.
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Powerful flood waters from Hurricane Agatha washed out a bridge in San Pedro Pochutla, Oaxaca.
On Wednesday, crews toured one of the hardest-hit towns, San Pedro Pochutla.
Other areas like Barra de Copalita show what's left behind from damage caused by the storm.
Wind and floods tore apart this home and pushed the refrigerator 10-15 feet in Barra de Copalita.
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The National Hurricane Center said that Agatha was the strongest May hurricane to make landfall on Mexico’s Pacific coast.
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