Photos: Mexico's Floods Continue As Death Toll Rises By editor • Sep 20, 2013 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 7 A resident of Barra de Coyuca checks the destruction in a tourist resort close to Acapulco on Thursday. Claudio Vargas / AFP/Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of 7 Streets in Tixtla were flooded. Storms have inundated vast areas of Mexico since late last week, destroying roads and bridges, and triggering landslides that buried homes. Reuters/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 3 of 7 Residents from La Pintada are shuttled from a temporary shelter at the convention center to another site in Acapulco. Eduardo Verdugo / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 4 of 7 Residents clean up their neighborhood in Chilpancingo. Alejandrino Gonzalez / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 5 of 7 Authorities said more than 200 people were evacuated from Mocorito and other small fishing villages on the coast. Fernando Brito / Xinhua/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 6 of 7 Mexican soldiers search through mud and debris in La Pintada, Mexico, on Friday, after storms lashed the country and killed almost 100 people. Scores of people were missing in the town, which was buried by a landslide. Ronaldo Schemidt / AFP/Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 7 of 7 Mexican soldiers search through mud and debris in La Pintada, Mexico on Friday, after storms lashed the country and killed almost 100 people. Rescuers continued digging out La Pintada, which was buried by a landslide, with scores of people still missing. Ronaldo Schemidt / AFP/Getty Images Originally published on September 20, 2013 1:54 pm A photo gallery of flooding in Mexico after several days of heavy rains from Hurricanes Ingrid and Manuel.