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  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    People stand on the rooftop of a home in a flooded neighborhood after Tropical Storm Manuel pounded Acapulco, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. The death toll rose to 47 Tuesday from the unusual one-two punch of a tropical storm and a hurricane, hitting Mexico at nearly the same time. Authorities scrambled to get help into, and stranded tourists out of, the cutoff resort city. (AP Photo/ Bernandino Hernandez)
    Bernandino Hernandez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    People stand next to a home collapsed by floodwaters after the Huacapa River overflowed due to heavy rains caused by Tropical Storm Manuel in Chilpancingo, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. Twin storms left scenes of havoc on both of Mexico's coasts on Tuesday, with tens of thousands of tourists stranded in resort city of Acapulco on the Pacific and heavy damage reported along the Gulf coast. (AP Photo/ Alejandrino Gonzalez)
    Alejandrino Gonzalez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    Hundreds of stranded tourists arrive at a military airbase in hopes of getting a seat on a Mexican Air Force jet flight, in Pie de la Cuesta, near Acapulco, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. With roads blocked by landslides, rockslides, floods and collapsed bridges, Acapulco was cut off from road transport after Tropical Storm Manuel made landfall on Sunday. The airport as well, was flooded. Emergency flights began arriving in Acapulco to evacuate at least 40,000 mainly Mexican tourists stranded in the resort city. (AP Photo/ Eduardo Verdugo)
    Eduardo Verdugo | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    A young boy sits on the tarmac of a military airbase in hopes of getting a seat on a Mexican Air Force jet flight, in Pie de la Cuesta, near Acapulco, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. With roads blocked by landslides, rockslides, floods and collapsed bridges, Acapulco was cut off from road transport after Tropical Storm Manuel made landfall on Sunday. The airport as well, was flooded. Emergency flights began arriving in Acapulco to evacuate at least 40,000 mainly Mexican tourists stranded in the resort city. (AP Photo/ Eduardo Verdugo)
    Eduardo Verdugo | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    A low income neighborhood is covered by floodwaters caused by Tropical Storm Manuel in Acapulco, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. The death toll rose to 47 Tuesday from the unusual one-two punch of a tropical storm and a hurricane hitting Mexico at nearly the same time. Authorities scrambled to get help into, and stranded tourists out of, the cutoff resort city of Acapulco. (AP Photo/ Bernandino Hernandez)
    Bernandino Hernandez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    People stand next to buildings that were destroyed when the Coyuca river overflowed due to heavy rains caused by Tropical Storm Manuel in Coyuca de Benitez, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Federal officials raised the death toll from the passage of Manuel and Hurricane Ingrid from 60 to 80 earlier Wednesday. They said they were not yet including landslide victims in a remote town where as many as 58 missing people are feared dead. (AP Photo/ Bernandino Hernandez)
    Bernandino Hernandez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    A man shovels mud from his home after flooding brought by Tropical Storm Manuel in Chilpancingo, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Manuel, the same storm that devastated Acapulco, gained hurricane force and rolled into the northern state of Sinaloa on Thursday before starting to weaken. (AP Photo/ Alejandrino Gonzalez)
    Alejandrino Gonzalez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    Residents use a makeshift zip line to cross after a bridge collapsed under the force of the rains caused by Tropical Storm Manuel near the town of Petaquillas, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013. The toll from devastating twin storms climbed to 80 on Wednesday as isolated areas reported deaths and damage to the outside world, and Mexican officials said that a massive landslide in the mountains north of Acapulco could drive the number of confirmed dead even higher. (AP Photo/ Alejandrino Gonzalez)
    Alejandrino Gonzalez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    People stand next to home collapsed into the Huacapa River overflowed due to heavy rains caused by Tropical Storm Manuel near the town of Petaquillas, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. Twin storms left scenes of havoc on both of Mexico's coasts on Tuesday, with tens of thousands of tourists stranded in resort city of Acapulco on the Pacific and heavy damage reported along the Gulf coast. (AP Photo/ Alejandrino Gonzalez)
    Alejandrino Gonzalez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    A woman cleans shoes after her home was affected by flooding during Tropical Storm Manuel in Chilpancingo, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Manuel, the same storm that devastated Acapulco, gained hurricane force and rolled into the northern state of Sinaloa on Thursday before starting to weaken. (AP Photo/ Alejandrino Gonzalez)
    Alejandrino Gonzalez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    A neighborhood lays in ruins after flooding was triggered by Tropical Storm Manuel in Chilpancingo, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Manuel, the same storm that devastated Acapulco, gained hurricane force and rolled into the northern state of Sinaloa on Thursday before starting to weaken. (AP Photo/ Alejandrino Gonzalez)
    Alejandrino Gonzalez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    Residents from the village La Pintada rest inside the Acapulco Convention Center after their town was affected by flooding, in Acapulco, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Tropical Storm Manuel, the same storm that devastated Acapulco and the surrounding area, gained hurricane force and rolled into the northern state of Sinaloa on Thursday before starting to weaken, falling again to tropical storm strength. (AP Photo/ Michael Weissenstein)
    Michael Weissenstein | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    Federal police patrol a small country road after a slew of robbery reports of residents affected by Tropical Storm Manuel, who were trekking supplies back to their homes, near Tepechicotlan, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Manuel, the same storm that devastated Acapulco and surrounding areas, gained hurricane force and rolled into the northern state of Sinaloa on Thursday morning before starting to weaken, falling again to tropical storm strength. It would continue to spread heavy rains inland, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. (AP Photo/ Alejandrino Gonzalez)
    Alejandrino Gonzalez | AP
  • Mexico Tropical Weather
    People stand near buildings and roads destroyed during the floods and mudslides caused by Tropical Storm Manuel near Coyuca de Benitez Mexico, Thursday Sept. 19, 2013. Manuel, the same storm that devastated Acapulco and surrounding areas, gained hurricane force and rolled into the northern state of Sinaloa on Thursday before starting to weaken. (AP Photo/ Bernandino Hernandez)
    Bernandino Hernandez | AP
  • APTOPIX Mexico Tropical Weather
    People wade through waist-high water in a store's parking, looking for valuables, south of Acapulco, in Punta Diamante, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013. Mexico was hit by the one-two punch of twin storms over the weekend, and the storm that soaked Acapulco on Sunday - Manuel -re-formed into a tropical storm Wednesday, threatening to bring more flooding to the country's northern coast. With roads blocked by landslides, rockslides, floods and collapsed bridges, Acapulco was cut off from road transport.
    Eduardo Verdugo | AP
  • APTOPIX Mexico Tropical Weather
    A child lies with his dog at a shelter set up for people affected by Tropical Storm Manuel in the city of Acapulco, Mexico, Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013. The death toll rose to 47 Tuesday from the unusual one-two punch of a tropical storm and a hurricane hitting Mexico at nearly the same time. Authorities scrambled to get help into, and stranded tourists out of, the cutoff resort city.
    Bernandino Hernandez | AP
  • APTOPIX Mexico Tropical Weather
    Friends and relatives stand next to caskets containing the remains of members of the Gallegos family after a landslide buried a home on the outskirts of the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, Mexico, Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. Twin storms, Manuel and Ingrid, left scenes of havoc on both of Mexico's coasts.
    Bernandino Hernandez | AP
  • APTOPIX Mexico Tropical Weather
    Hundreds of stranded tourists gather around a Mexican Air Force jet as they wait to be evacuated, at the air base in Pie de la Cuesta, near Acapulco, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. With roads blocked by landslides, rockslides, floods and collapsed bridges, Acapulco was cut off from road transport after Tropical Storm Manuel made landfall on Sunday. The airport as well, was flooded. Emergency flights began arriving in Acapulco to evacuate at least 40,000 mainly Mexican tourists stranded in the resort city.
    Eduardo Verdugo | AP
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