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17 undocumented immigrants discovered inside a truck in Texas

14 August 2017, 01:51 | Max Haynes

17 undocumented immigrants discovered inside a truck in Texas

17 undocumented immigrants discovered inside a truck in Texas

A group of 17 undocumented immigrants were found inside a tractor-trailer Sunday at the Flying J gas station in Edinburg, according to Edinburg police.

The caller said they were concerned that it was too hot for the undocumented immigrants to be inside the trailer. Edinburg, Texas, police said the trailer was "full of people", but were immediately unable to give an exact number. Edinburg is in southern Texas, along the US-Mexico border.

A man and woman who were looking after the trailer were arrested and the U.S. Border Patrol is now investigating, Fox reported. Police said they believed the immigrants were in the truck for eight to nine hours.

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Officials said the 17 immigrants, who did not have documents allowing them to be in the United States, were from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Romania.

Trevino said officers only knew the truck was at a truck stop about 20 miles north of the U.S. -Mexico border. Ten people died of heat exhaustion in a failed human trafficking attempt.The driver of the truck, James Bradley, was charged in relation to the botched people-smuggling attempt.



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