Border Patrol Agents Rescue A Three-Year-Old Abandoned By Human Smugglers In The Rio Grande
Parents are putting their children’s lives in danger by hiring thugs to illegally transport those kids across the border. In Texas child, endangerment is a felony.
Idiot democrats will blame President Trump for this but they should be blaming the abusive parents who turned their children over to dangerous human smugglers. These kids become disposable once the smugglers have been paid. That’s what the left will never understand.
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) July 11, 2018
Yesterday, McAllen agents rescued a three year old separated from her mother by Border Patrol agents rescue young girl seperated from her mother by smugglerss and abandoned in the river.
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In the early afternoon hours, the McAllen Station received information from Hidalgo Port of Entry regarding possible illegal aliens underneath the bridge. As agents responded, they encountered a female claiming that her three-year-old daughter was missing. She stated that the guide/smuggler crossed her into the US alone. Then, as the smuggler attempted to cross her daughter, she observed them both drifting down river as she lost sight of them. She could not see if they had returned to Mexico or if her child drifted away by herself.
Harlingen Border Patrol Station riverine units and a National Guard helicopter deployed to the area in search of the child. Agents located the child walking on the river road and immediately checked the child for injuries before reuniting her with the mother. The child was unharmed and not in need of medical assistance.
From October 1, 2107, to June 30, 2018, the Rio Grande Valley Sector has rescued 1157 people, an increase of 53% when compared to last year.
The Rio Grande Valley Sector currently has multiple campaigns focused on rescues and danger awareness, such as “Operation Big Rig” and “No Se Arriesgue” to combat smuggling and ultimately save lives. Call 911 to report suspicious activity; “They’re humans, not cargo!”