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>> Mexicans in the eastern states of Puebla and Veracruz burying their dead after heavy mudslides killed at least 40 people. Rufino Cruz Domingo lost his two daughters and six other relatives.>>
> We tried to move the girls over there because they were wet. The lights went out and that's when we didn't know what hit the house
>> The landslides were triggered by Tropical Storm Earl, which crashed into their hillside homes, crushing residents. Soldiers on Monday going door to door searching for victims and helping dig out entrances and streets filled with heavy mud. Shelters have been set up for the thousands who lost their homes.
As Mexican authorities evaluate the devastation, the number of missing remains unclear. And on Tuesday Mexico's pacific coast bracing for tropical storm Javier as it pushes closer to the resort city of Cabo San Lucas.