Shocking photographs have emerged showing tourists having to drive around the dismembered bodies of cartel victims in Acapulco. Drug violence in the Mexican city has soared in recent years, and the barbaric executions are now beginning to spill into the visitors' quarters. Yesterday, a car of tourists was seen passing burned corpses and severed limbs which had been left strewn on the Lazaro Cardenas Boulevard - one of the main carriageways running through the heart of the city. The car full of tourists, seen with luggage on the SUV's roof, passes the burned corpses and severed limbs bottom left, muzzed on one of the main trunk roads through Acapulco.
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Although the cause of the blaze on Waterhouse Street is not yet known, it is not believed anyone was inside when it stated. Fire crews have been called to Halifax town centre following reports of a blaze on the roof of Acapulco nightclub. Just before 9pm, crews from Halifax, Illingworth and Rastrick attended the club on Waterhouse Street. It is not believed the club was open at the time of the fire and crews are said to have the incident under control. Read the full story here. Personnel from West Yorkshire Fire Service are currently damping down the fire, which is currently under control. A spokesman confirmed the club was closed at the time of the incident and there was nobody inside the building.
Five people were injured during the shooting - including a year-old girl. A gunman pulled out a pistol and repeatedly fired shots into a crowded nightclub leaving one tourist dead and another seriously injured. CCTV shows revellers enjoying their night out as they chat and dance among the tables in the club in Acapulco, Mexico. But chilling CCTV shows that after a brawl broke out by the bar - with two men throwing punches - shots are fired from behind them. Although the gunman is out of shot when he pulls out the gun, the flashes of the weapon light up the room.
Let's start with the obvious. It is quite beyond me why they can't understand that if I have a house AND a timeshare in Acapulco then I really don't need another timeshare. Worst street in Acapulco.