Mexico: Flying Angels

It all started a year ago, when a group of San Diego flyers were on their way back from a vacation in Baja California, the long, arid Mexican peninsula that runs 800 miles south of the California border. A sudden dust storm forced their light plane down at El Rosario, a poverty-stricken fishing village of 600 people near the Pacific Coast. The Mexicans gave the stranded flyers shelter—which was all they had to give. The grateful Americans returned a few weeks later with food, clothing and toys. Dr. Dale Hoyt took his medical bag along. Hearing...

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