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As Hurricane Patricia approaches Mexican and international tourists wait in line to board buses that will transport them to a shelter, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Teams of police and civil protection are walking along Puerto Vallarta's waterfront, advising people to evacuate. A top civil protection official says that three airports in the path of Patricia in southwestern Mexico have been shut down as the storm approaches. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

(Bloomberg) — Hurricane Patricia, the strongest in the history of the Americas, prepared to barrel into Mexico’s Pacific coast Friday, sending guests fleeing hotels in the Puerto Vallarta resort area.

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