• Mexico airlifts tourists stranded by hurricane


    CABO SAN LUCAS: Mexican military and commercial airplanes began on Tuesday to airlift tourists stranded in the Los Cabos resorts after Hurricane Odile left luxury hotels and communities in tatters. Some 30,000 tourists have been waiting for a ride out of the devastated zone in Baja California peninsula after Odile rolled across the region on Sunday and Monday before being downgraded to a tropical storm. Without open service stations to fuel cars or public transport, hundreds of people walked to the heavily damaged Los Cabos airport, pulling their luggage behind them for a chance to catch a flight.


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