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Government Must Fly Migrants To Other Stations Due To Overcrowded Stations

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Government Must Fly Migrants To Other Stations Due To Overcrowded Stations

Government Must Fly Migrants To Other Stations Due To Overcrowded Stations

Homeland Security officials told the Washington Post that border patrols stations in south Texas are overcrowded with the amount of migrants passing through the U.S.-Mexico border.

A report said that for the last several days the number of migrants crossing the border passed 5,500.

According to Business Insider, the quantity crossing is to big and the government is flying migrants to other parts of the border to be processed.

Each flight costs $16,000 and can move 135 detainees.

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