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September 18, 2013

ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) — 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.

Manuel hit Mexico's west coast while Ingrid hit the east coast in nation's worst weather crisis since 1958.

Emergency flights began arriving in Acapulco Tuesday to evacuate some of the tens of thousands of tourists stranded in the resort city by flooding and landslides that shut down the highway to Mexico City and swamped the international airport.

Crocodiles Infest Acapulco Mexico Floodwaters due to Devastating Tropical Storm Hurricane Manuel

Mexico experiencing the weather that continues to be effected by incoming ISON as more floods, earthquakes, and volcanoes will erupt.

Scenes like the ones in Mexico have been happening for the last two months around the world.

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