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Border Patrol Agents Rescue Toddlers Dropped From 14-Foot Barrier At Border Into U.S.

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By Charlotte Pence Bond

On Tuesday night, two young toddlers were dropped over a 14-foot-tall barrier into the United States at the New Mexico border before being rescued, according to officials.

On Wednesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection released a statement regarding the incident, stating that it was a life-threatening situation that involved “two female tender-aged toddlers mistreated and abandoned by human smugglers just west of Mt. Cristo Rey.”

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