US State Department Warns Those Traveling to Mexico

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As many spring-breakers are ready to head out for vacation, Eyewitness News would like to remind you a warning is still in place Thursday for Americans traveling to Mexico.

The US State Department put the warning in place in December to caution travelers after US citizens became victims of violent crime.

The warning includes vacation spots like Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta.

Connie Corbett of Ambassador Travel says as long as you stay in tourist destinations, traveling to Mexico is safe.

The warning does not include the popular destinations Cancun, Cozumel, and The Riviera Maya

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