Another horrifying detail coming from the southern border has been made public, and it will make your heart drop in your chest.
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There are no more burial spaces available for migrants who die on their way to the U.S. in a border community.
>>>IMG 1 In an interview with Daily Caller field reporter Jorge Ventura, Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber said the sheriff’s department identified three of the five deceased migrants recovered at the Rio Grande River. According to him, many migrants die in the sweltering heat from drowning or dehydration.
In September, Eagle Pass, Texas, officials requested refrigerators to store excess bodies as morgues and funeral homes became increasingly overwhelmed. Due to the overwhelming situation, several local counties have stopped performing autopsies on migrants.
Typically, border officials recover one to two dead migrants a day, most of them drowned. Ventura was told by an official in Eagle Pass, Texas, that they would have to open another plot to bury migrants due to the overflow.
For unidentified migrants, makeshift crosses are labelled “John Doe” or “Jane Doe” and include the date of discovery. On August 13, an infant drowned in the Rio Grande River, whose grave is marked “Baby John Doe.”.
As a reminder, Over the past three years, the U.S. Border Patrol has encountered three times as many illegal aliens at the U.S.-Mexico border as under former President Donald Trump. Which proves that the border crisis is on the Democrats. The lives of these migrants are on their hands, and they must live with these horrifying stories every day of their lives.
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