Traffickers drop two children over 14-foot US-Mexico border wall
06 April 2021 | 6:26 am
Surveillance camera footage released by the US Customs and Border Protection Office of Public Affairs shows traffickers hoisting and dropping two toddlers from the top of a 14-foot wall marking the US-Mexican border in the middle of the night last Tuesday. The two small Ecuadoran girls, three and five years old, were taken to a CBP station in Santa Teresa, New Mexico to be evaluated by medical personnel, and then were transported to a local hospital as a precaution. CBP said the girls remain in the agency's custody.
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