(PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti) – Marco was a hurricane on the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday on its way to the coast of Louisiana as Tropical Storm Laura has killed at least 11 people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Laura moved over the eastern part of Cuba at the end of the day, in a way probably for the same part of taking the US coast, even as a hurricane potential. It seemed the storms would not be the same hurricanes – something that researchers never say, at least happened in the Gulf of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center held since records began in 1900. stated Marco was about 180 miles (290 km) south -south-east), kmh morningglory the mouth of the Mississippi river Sunday evening and in the north-north-west of 13 mph (20 to 75 miles per hour for packing (120 kmh). the center warned of life-threatening floods and gale force winds along the Gulf coast. the officials of the Haitian civil protection said they had received reports that a 10 year old girl was killed when a tree fell on a house in the southern coastal town of Anse-a-Pitres, on the border with the Dominican Republic. Haiti’s prime minister said at least eight other people died during the storm and two were missing. in the Dominican Republic, reporter relatives said a mother and her little son He died after a wall collapsed. Hundreds of thousands were without electricity in the Dominican Republic, as both countries have suffered serious flooding on the island of Hispaniola. A hurricane watch was issued metropolitan area of New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005. fists Laura was about 30 miles (55 km) west centered Sunday night the eastern tip of Cuba, and its maximum winds of 60 mph ( they were 95 kmh). It was moving west-northwest 21 mph (33 kph). E ‘was expected to move over Cuba on Sunday or Monday night. Officials in the Florida Keys that Laura could happen over on his way to the Gulf, said local and granted state of emergency for the entire life of the mandatory evacuation boats, campers and mobile homes. The tourists were accommodated in hotels warned aware of dangerous weather conditions to be, and remember to change their plans early Sunday. New warnings have been added on Sunday morning – including a flood warning from Morgan City, Louisiana in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, and a hurricane warning from Morgan City to the mouth of the Pearl River. A tropical storm warning included Lake Pontchartrain in Louisiana, and New Orleans metropolitan area. A storm up to 6 feet (2 m) was expected for parts of Louisiana and Mississippi coast. Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, who has declared Friday, the President Donald Trump of emergency has asked a federal declaration of emergency. The people in Louisiana headed into stores to stock up on food, water and other supplies. The hurricane center said the storms were not interact, expected, as the region deals with one of unusually active hurricane season. – Associated Press writer Freida Frisaro in Miami and Janet McConnaughey in New Orleans contributed to this report Image copyright by Erika Santelices AFP / Getty Images.