UPDATE: Desperation Grows Amid Flooding with More Stormy Weather On the Way 9/18/13
ACAPULCO, Mexico - There's growing desperation in the Mexican resort of Acapulco, where tourists have been stranded by flooding and residents search for food and supplies.
Thousands waited in line today outside a shopping mall-turned-shelter, hoping to get tickets for flights out. Roads between Acapulco and Mexico City are blocked by mudslides and collapsed tunnels.
Outside a flooded and looted Costco store, hundreds of people waded through brown, waist-high water looking for items the looters may have dropped.
Twin storms that hit Mexico over the weekend are blamed for at least 57 deaths.
And more trouble could be on the way. The tropical storm that soaked Acapulco on Sunday, has turned back into a tropical storm off the Pacific coast. It's on a path that that would take it over the resort of La Paz, on the Baja California peninsula, over the weekend.
And a tropical disturbance over the Yucatan Peninsula is heading toward the same Gulf coast hit by Hurricane Ingrid.