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In 1998 the most destructive hurricane to strike the Western Hemisphere in the last 200 years savaged the countries of Central America. Hurricane Mitch thrashed the region with 180 mph winds and dumped between 300 and 1800 mm. of deluging rains on Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Finally, after six horrifying days, the torrential rains stopped......this is the story of that hurricane.

Satellite images of Hurricane Mitch
Hurricane Mitch track data
Photos of Hurricane Mitch damage
The story of Hurricane Mitch

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