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A family walks on a river bed that was created during torrential rains associated with Hurricane Stan earlier in the month. Locals said the river used to be about 45 feet wide by 10 feet deep. The path it carved now spans hundreds of feet wide. The Lake Atitlán area was hit hard by mudslides and torrential rains, including the destruction of the town of Panabaj on the opposite side of the lake.<br />
A family walks on a river bed that was created during torrential rains associated with Hurricane Stan earlier in the month. Locals said the river used to be about 45 feet wide by 10 feet deep. The path it carved now spans hundreds of feet wide. The Lake Atitlán area was hit hard by mudslides and torrential rains, including the destruction of the town of Panabaj on the opposite side of the lake.

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