Published: Wed, June 20, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

SUV in fatal Texas crash suspected of smuggling

SUV in fatal Texas crash suspected of smuggling

The U.S. Border patrol said in a statement that the SUV was one of three vehicles spotted about 11 a.m. near Carrizo Springs, about 20 miles southwest of Big Wells. He says the only USA citizen was the driver and added that there were only two women in the Suburban and one of them was 17 years old, the youngest victim. Harbury says the person who made the recording "heard the children's weeping and crying and was devastated by it".

The alien smuggling case was deferred to Laredo Sector Prosecutions. He said at least one and possibly two others died at a hospital.

Some of the victims were flown by helicopter to San Antonio for medical treatment, local media said.

The 2013 Tahoe, driven by 55-year-old Mexican citizen Marcial Gomez Santana, yielded to agents, while the other two vehicles led Border Patrol agents and Dimmit County Sheriff's deputies on a high-speed chase.

There were 14 people in the vehicle.

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The sheriff said it was just the latest in a series of police chases involving human and drug smugglers in the Big Wells area. Instead, Sheriff Marion Boyd says this is all about border security, which is the equivalent of blaming a no-knock SWAT raid in which police meant to arrest a low-level marijuana dealer on the inability to stem the flow of synthetic fentanyl into the United States from China. "I think we need a wall in my opinion". There needs to be sensors'.

Dozens of protesters stood outside the center as reporters and democratic lawmakers arrived to learn more about the facility where the Department of Homeland Security is processing and detaining immigrants accused of illegally crossing the border.

The month-old "zero tolerance" approach was put into place in response to a dramatic increase in the number of illegal immigrants being apprehended at or near America's southern border.

One teenager told an advocate who visited that she was helping care for a young child she didn't know because the child's aunt was somewhere else in the facility. "If a parent left a child in a cage with no supervision with other 5-year-olds, they'd be held accountable".

That outlook is shared by Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the president. John McCain called on the Trump administration to reverse its policy of separating families at the border in a statement Monday. Additionally, Jose Rodriguez, a local lawmaker, further describes the USA plan as "totally inhumane" and "outrageous", adding that "it should be condemned by anyone who has a moral sense of responsibility".

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