Another stampede of migrants crosses the Rio Grande in Tamaulipas

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A few hours after finishing title 42 in the US, a stampede of migrants waiting in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, dared to cross the Rio Grande.

A few hours after finishing title 42 in the United States, a stampede of migrants waiting in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, decided to cross the Rio Grande to reach the city of Brownsville, Texas.

The number exceeded the officers of the National Migration Institute, so they had to ask for support to prevent people from continuing to cross.

The wave of foreigners, mostly Haitians and Venezuelans, found a low point in the Rio Grande that helped them cross without many setbacks.

There were more than 200 people among men, women and children who were encouraged to reach the United States.

The effort was useless, because Border Patrol agents were on top of a ravine to stop them and put them on record for entering illegally.

With this fact, the attempts to which the group of migrants seeks to reach a North American authority add up to two.

The crossings have also left the death of three of them and this occurs hours after the immigration policy within the so-called Title 42 is a few hours away from expiring and so far it is unknown if the rules will change or be maintained.

The INM and the National Guard finally managed to control them and prevent them from continuing with their attack.

Source: Excelsior