The immigration crisis at the U.S. border continues, Fox News reported Thursday, April 14, local time, the U.S. Border Patrol in San Diego released a new video: a smuggler from 18 feet (about 5.49 meters) high border wall to throw a 2-year-old immigrant to his father.
Reported that the incident occurred on the 11th, San Diego Border Patrol Director Aaron Heitke posted the video on Twitter, and said the children were left uninjured. “This incident is likely to be tragic, but fortunately the child was not injured,” Heitke said. ”
In March alone, more than 172,000 migrants, including a large number of unaccompanied children, were reported to have poured into the United States. In March, the Border Patrol released video showing smugglers abandoning a 5-year-old girl and a 3-year-old girl at midnight on the New Mexico desert border, where they were thrown from a border fence about 4 meters high.
In April, a couple threw a 5-year-old and a 6-year-old on a boulder near the border wall. The two children were crying alone and had written down their mother’s name and telephone number on a note and arm.
In addition, the report said, smugglers left unaccompanied children in an area of the border, distracting border patrol agents so they could sneak adults across the border from elsewhere.