Movement Of Hurricane Mitch

Host Bob Edwards talks to Meteorologist Trisha Wallace at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, about the movement of Hurricane Mitch. Early this morning, it was moving westward along the coast of Central America toward the northern part of Mexico''s Yucutan Peninsula. At least 12 people, including one American, died in Honduras as a result of the storm, which also struck Belize with considerable force.



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