Clean-up begins in Mexico after Hurricane Patricia
25 October 2015 Last updated at 09:49 GMT
The clean-up has begun in parts of Mexico in North America after the country was hit by Hurricane Patricia.
It was one of the strongest storms ever recorded when it made landfall on Friday night, with wind speeds of around 165 miles per hour.
By Saturday afternoon it had weakened and was downgraded to a Category One tropical storm.
Martin reports on the clean-up operation in Mexico after Hurricane Patricia.