The tropical storm Kay is expected to have caused damages for up to $5 million, Baja California Governor Marina Avila said.
The governor told reporters that state expenditures to those damages must be added to the federal infrastructure in roads and energy affected by the storm.
Gov. Avila said San Felipe and San Quintín were more impacted by Kay than any other municipality in the state.
San Felipe’s tourist area was especially damaged during the storm, but also included homes, roads, businesses, energy infrastructure and others.
Also, over 200 schools were impacted. According to the Governor, roads could take months before being rehabilitated.