"The vehicle was traveling around 100 miles per hour and from what we could tell the vehicle ran off the road, caught gravel, then tried to recorrect and that caused the vehicle to turn over several times".
SUV following the aftermath of a chase with Border Patrol agents and sheriff's deputies. While officials believe numerous people were in the country illegally (the driver, though, is apparently a US citizen) there's nothing in any of the reporting that suggests officials suspected any of these people were unsafe or engaged in violent activities. He adds that no children were in the truck.
It's unclear where the recording was taken.
He says at the time of the pursuit the deputy did not know if the driver of the SUV had committed a crime, only that they were evading Border Patrol. The agent stopped one vehicle and another agent stopped the other.
With the volume of the wailing shrill, and coming from multiple kids, a US Border Patrol agent can be heard saying in Spanish: "well, we have quite an orchestra here". Four people died in the crash. A fifth person later died at the hospital.
Dimmit County Sheriff Marion Boyd told the outlet another five passengers were rushed to San Antonio Military Medical Center for emergency care. "This is not unusual, absolutely not", Boyd said. "My mummy says that I'll go with my aunt. and that she'll come to pick me up there as quickly as possible".
Another option is to work with the consulate office from their home country, Silva said. "They're in schools. They're in the police", she said.More news: Google to invest $550 mln in Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com
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A criminal complaint said the driver in that case admitted to investigators that he traveled from Laredo to San Antonio. "He was able to get him out of the vehicle and the driver was actually walking", Boyd said. The names and nationalities of the victims have not been released. He is still in the hospital. "I must say though, far fewer than I was here two weeks ago". They gave chase and managed to get two of the vans to stop.
"We will not apologize for the job we do, or for the job law enforcement does for doing the job that the American people expect us to do", she said Monday.
Alison has since been moved to a shelter, but her mother still faces deportation.
Both sides of Highway 85 were closed. Vehicles were detoured to FM 468 and FM 1867.
Updated at 7:34 p.m. Sunday: Revised to include a statement from the Border Patrol.
USA reporters and lawmakers were allowed inside a detention center in Texas presently accommodating more than 1,100 illegal immigrants that have crossed the border from Mexico. But along with that, there needs to be cameras.