Four people became victims of Hurricane Hanna in Mexico

Four people were victims of tropical storm Hannah in north-eastern Mexico.

Two people died as a result of the disaster in the state of Tamaulipas. The man drowned before he could get out of the house, and a minor child died of an electric shock, the NSC reports. Two other people died in Coahuila.

Heavy rains came along with the storm, resulting in widespread flooding and power cuts in many communities.

In Nuevo León, more than 700 people were evacuated to safe areas, RT reports. Another 400 people have been evacuated to Tamaulipas. The authorities are now trying to assess the damage caused by the cyclone.

On Monday, July 27, the storm lost power. It is now in the Durango and Zacatecas area, where heavy rainfall is expected, REGNUM reports.

July 27 it was reported that U.S. President Donald Trump introduced an emergency regime in the state of Texas due to Hurricane Hannah. The U.S. leader has ordered federal assistance to complement local response efforts.