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NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico – Reservoirs along the Texas-Mexico border rose to their highest levels in decades after days of drenching rain, forcing officials to close two border bridges Wednesday, dump water into flooded rivers and evacuate tens of thousands from homes as a new storm headed toward the region.
"That means there are 40,000 people who don't have any place to sleep," Gov. Humberto Moreira told the Televisa network Wednesday.
Maybe Mother Nature is fixing the border for us?
Originally posted by buni11687
Edit - I wonder if any oil from the leak has made it into the area?
[edit on 8-7-2010 by buni11687]