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Posted March 14, 2008

Maxtla Benavides
Staff Writer

As students put the books away and prepare to depart for fun-in-the-sun spring break destinations, they should take heed of serious warnings about dangers lurking south of the border.

Mexico has always been one of the most popular spring break destinations.

Not only is it a convenient drive for students in Southern California, but it also provides enough activities to enjoy in the span of a week.

This year, however, a travel alert has been issued by the U.S. State Department warning all travelers to take safety measures if traveling to Mexico; some warnings suggest canceling travel plans to Tijuana and several surrounding cities.

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