REPORT: Photos capture near-drowning of migrants crossing river in inflatable pools; Border Patrol rescue
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EAGLE PASS, Texas (AP) — New photos capture the dramatic rescue of a 7-year-old boy from Honduras who nearly drowned in the river separating the U.S. and Mexico until Border Patrol agents rescued him.
The San Antonio Express-News reported Wednesday on the rescue of four adults and five children who tried to cross the Rio Grande in inflatable children’s pools near Eagle Pass, Texas. The pools capsized. Agents pulled the group out of the water Friday and eventually took them into custody.
The article goes on to state the following:
The river is especially strong between Eagle Pass, Texas, and Piedras Negras, Mexico. An adult and three children were recently swept away trying to cross the river nearby; all four are presumed dead.
Border Patrol agents rescue a group of adults and kids who tried to cross the Rio Grande in inflatable children’s pools that capsized. https://t.co/Sq2DMNgl0V
— AP Central U.S. (@APCentralRegion) May 15, 2019
— Perla Trevizo (@Perla_Trevizo) May 15, 2019
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