But in addition to these figures, the storm has left doubt whether much of the tragedy would not be attributable to poor forecasting. 's first statement that warned of the occurrence of cyclones was September 11, but not until four days after met the Directorate of Civil Protection. After the 1985 earthquake, Mexico to extremes citizenship education and spared no means to address new seismic materials, but have not developed similar policies to address these phenomena. And some voices, like the governor of Guerrero, Angel Aguirre, have condemned the "corruption" that has allowed to build houses in inappropriate places.
The death toll has continued to grow in recent days. This Saturday, the Interior Ministry has confirmed the deaths of five crew of a Black Hawk helicopter rescue performed in the State of Guerrero, the most affected by Manuel. The aircraft disappeared on Thursday after taking off from the port of Acapulco to carry supplies to the community of La Pintada in Atoyac de Alvarez, near the Pacific coast. In that same village in the mountains, 68 people are still missing after an avalanche reports from the area Chouza Paula. President Enrique Pena Nieto said that practically "no hope" of finding alive any of the missing of La Pintada. “The amount of land that buried more than 40 houses in this small community house hardly leaves us hoping to find people alive," he announced.
Approximately 60,000 people have been evacuated from their homes and 43,000 have been transferred to more than fifty hostels in different parts of Mexico. few 900 centers collect food and toiletries to help those affected, and there are several bank accounts enabled make donations.
The cyclones have caused damage "incalculable" throughout the country, has recognized Osorio Chong on Radio Formula. The Government will have to pay about 40,000 million pesos (3,000 million dollars) just to fix the roads, according to the Secretary of Communications and Transport, Gerardo Ruiz Esparza. At least 72 roads were damaged in the states of Guerrero, Oaxaca, Michoacán, Chiapas, Colima, Veracruz and Sinaloa.
The governor of Guerrero has estimated the damage to his state $ 380 million. Tens of thousands of tourists were trapped up to five days in Acapulco after cutting the Autopista del Sol, which connects the tourist resort with Mexico City. On Friday night, about 50,000 people had managed to leave the city by road or air, according to