Three more killed in mexico flash floods

Fernando Escudero, 44, has been identified as the Spanish man behind the deadly floods in Mexico, the Ministry of the Interior said, AFP reported Monday.

Escudero's body, believed to have been swept into the sea as rain washed it away, was recovered from the Gulf of California off of the lotus 바카라coast of Nuevo León, Mexico's top government website reported.

The agency said there were no other victims and that the search remained on-going.

Flash floods have left more than 200 people dead in Mexico, where they have killed at least 9 people since the beginning of August

Mexican Interior Minister Miguel Angel Osorio Chong announced Monday that a man had been found dead near the Gulf of California

It said: 'The bodies were discovered by two individuals along the coast of Santa Teresa, north of Yucatan.

'We were told by them that one of the victims h미션 카지노ad perished of drowning.'

A second body was found on the other side of the island - about 35 miles (55 kilometres) south of Yucatan - the Ministry reported.

And it added that the man had died after a landslide in Mexico State, where some 40 percent of Mexico City's landmass has been inundated in recent weeks.

The flooding is just Mexico's third flash flood, which began on 에볼루션카지노July 10.

Mexican Prime Minister Felipe Calderon has expressed 'deep grief' at the deaths of at least five people in the flooding, the Associated Press reported.

Fernando Escudero, 44, has been identified as the Spanish man behind the deadly floods in Mexico, the Ministry of the Interior said, AFP reported.

Escudero's body, believed to have been swept into the sea as rain washed it away, was recovered from the Gulf of California off of the coast of Nuevo León, Mexico's top government website reported.

It said: 'Our government has announced the death of a 44-year-old Spaniard,' it said. 'This tragedy highlights the need for a complete and thorough assessment and a thorough investigation by all national authorities in connection with this deadly disaster.'