n any average day, the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula bears all the hallmarks of a war zone.
The mortuaries overflow with bullet-ridden bodies, the hospital emergency rooms are inundated with the wounded.
But for those people who call San Pedra Sula – recently crown the world’s most violent city for the second year in a row – this is the daily reality of a region ripped apart by the drugs trade.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
Horrific: A man sits in the emergency room of a local hospital after being treated for a gun shot wound and several cuts with a machete in San Pedro Sula
Shocking: A security guard holds his breath while standing next to the covered-up dead body of a 16-year old boy who had gunshot to his head, at the morgue of a local hospital in San Pedro Sula
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