MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two passengers stranded in Mexico during a Minnesota blizzard are suing Sun Country Airlines.

Wayne Thomas LaBeau and Ma Florentina Busso LaBeau were vacationing in Cabo San Lucas when a snowstorm grounded flights in and out of the Twin Cities last April.

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They say they were left to fend for themselves until they could find a way home. Now, they’re asking the airline for a full refund citing breach of contract and negligence.

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Minnesota Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith got involved in the debacle back in April, demanding an explanation from Sun Country CEO Jude Bricker.