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Drug War Ambulance

Brave volunteers, some only in their teens, try to save the lives of victims of ghastly violence

Monday, October 22, 2012

CULIACÁN, Mexico (TIME.COM) — As a violent drug war rages in Mexico, the only ambulance in town is staffed by Red Cross volunteers, many of whom are in their teens.

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