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    Emergency Message: Hurricane Odile (Sep 15, 2014)

    Hurricane Odile came ashore at Cabo San Lucas late Sunday night, and is projected to continue its north-northwest trajectory over the coming days. U.S. citizens who are in the path of the approaching storm are advised to take precautions and seek adequate shelter from the dangerous wind and rain. Citizens are urged to follow the instructions of Mexican Civil Protection authorities, and to prepare for the possibility of several days without electricity or running water.

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IMPORTANT: HURRICANE ODILE

  • Emergency Contact Information for American Citizens affected by Hurricane Odile:

    From the U.S. & Canada: 1-888-407-4747
    From Overseas: 1 202-501-4444
    OdileEmergencyUSC@state.gov  

  • Emergency Message: Hurricane Odile (Sep 15, 2014)

    Hurricane Odile came ashore at Cabo San Lucas late Sunday night, and is projected to continue its north-northwest trajectory over the coming days.  U.S. citizens who are in the path of the approaching storm are advised to take precautions and seek adequate shelter from the dangerous wind and rain.  Citizens are urged to follow the instructions of Mexican Civil Protection authorities, and to prepare for the possibility of several days without electricity or running water. For more info



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