Texas / Us-Mexico

"A horrific human tragedy." More than 40 people have been found dead in an abandoned trailer in sweltering heat in Texas. It's one of the deadliest incidents of human smuggling on the US-Mexico border.

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Texas National Guardsmen assist local law enforcement & Border Patrol in apprehending a suspected human smuggler and illegal immigrants along the Texas-Mexico border.

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