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  • Ongoing Evacuation Efforts from Cabo in Aftermath of Hurricane Odile

    Evacuation from Baja California Sur continues

    (Sept 20) U.S. citizens considering departing from the Los Cabos area should do so as soon as possible. Evacuation operations from the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur continue. A few flights have left from the Los Cabos airport today, and a limited number of flights are expected to leave on Sunday, September 21.

  • IMPORTANT INFO: DISASTER RELIEF

    IMPORTANT INFO: DISASTER RELIEF

    U.S. citizens wishing to provide charitable assistance to victims in Baja Sur should note that complicated customs and clearance requirements govern such assistance if originating abroad. The most efficient way to provide assistance and disaster relief is through cash combinations to the charity of your choice, earmarked for Hurricane Odile disaster relief.

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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 20, 2014)

    U.S. citizens considering departing from the Los Cabos area should do so as soon as possible.  Evacuation operations from the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur continue. A few flights have left from the Los Cabos airport today, and a limited number of flights are expected to leave on Sunday, September 21
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