A group of over 1,000 migrants rushed the border connecting Mexico into the United States over the weekend.
- A massive group of illegal immigrants rushed the Paso Del Norte bridge linking Mexico and the U.S. in El Paso, Texas, a new video reveals.
- Fox News reporter Bill Melugin posted the video on social media, showing a large group of people running toward the bridge and storming past the Mexican side of the port of entry.
- Crowd control measures were used in an attempt to control the mob of primarily Venezuelan migrants, causing the group to assemble at another bridge nearby.
U.S. CUSTOMS BORDER CONTROL (CBP) ON A ‘SITUATION’ HAPPENING AT THE BORDER:
“According to CBP there is a temporary disruption to Paso Del Norte Bridge due to ‘something’ going on in Mexico,” local news reported FROM CBP. “No more information at this time.”
- Last week, over 200 illegal immigrants were apprehended at the Arizona border, consisting of citizens from 14 different nations and including single adults, family units, and children.
- Tucson Sector Chief Patrol Agent John R. Modlin said agents found the group while responding to 911 calls reporting the crossings in Lukeville, Arizona.
- Modlin said the large group crossing required “several agents” to help with processing.
- In February, Tucson Sector agents apprehended more than 23,500 migrants bringing the total to more than 112,300 migrants this fiscal year alone.