Storm Olaf makes landfall in Los Cabos, Mexico
19 September 2021 | 6:37 am
Palm trees bend in the wind and waves crash on the coast of Los Cabos as Hurricane Olaf, weakened to a Category One storm, sweeps through Mexico's Baja California peninsula while the disaster-prone country recovers from a 7.1-magnitude earthquake and major flooding.
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