Updated: Oct 31
10/25/2023 - Hurricane Otis slammed into Mexico’s southern Pacific coast as a catastrophic Category 5 hurricane early Wednesday, bringing dangerous winds and heavy rain to Acapulco and surrounding towns, stirring memories of a 1997 storm that killed dozens of people. FOX 8
From Tropical Storm to Hurricane Cat5 overnight - 10/25/2023
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Convoy of Hope is responding to Hurricane Otis by providing food, water, and relief supplies to the survivors of the deadly Category 5 storm. Click logo link above to support efforts.
Mercy Chefs has deployed to Acapulco in response to the Category 5 Hurricane Otis that rapidly intensified and debilitated the Pacific coast of Mexico. With the death toll nearing 50, widespread power outages, and limited water supply, this ferocious storm has caused a “nightmare scenario.” Hundreds of thousands of innocent people are now isolated and without basic resources.
Hope Force International's Mexico Director, Zalathiel Rodriguez, has shared that residents are in desperate need of food and drinking water; supermarkets have been destroyed, cleaned out and even robbed and looted. A team of medical professionals has rallied to help provide crucial aid to those injured in this storm. Click here to learn how you can get involved to support operations in Acapulco.