Desperate thousands of tourists try to escape cut-off Acapulco

Sep 18, 2013 Full story: Athens Banner-Herald

ACAPULCO, Mexico- Thousands of exhausted, hungry and increasingly despondent tourists lined up late into the night on a muddy road outside a military base for a chance to get home on one of two precious air bridges out of this famed beach resort isolated by landslides set off by Tropical Storm Manuel.

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