Death, hypothermia reported as migrants rush north
By Stephen Dinan
The Washington Times
Border Patrol agents in Texas were tipped off by a ranch hand earlier this week to a suspicious Chevrolet Avalanche that had just loaded up illegal immigrants from the side of the road.
When agents caught up to the vehicle, they found a driver, a passenger and nine suspected illegal immigrants, five of them in the cab and four in the truck bed, exposed to the elements with the wind chill temperature at 9 degrees Fahrenheit. One woman was already dead and two more had to get emergency medical treatment because of hypothermia.
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