Early Tuesday morning, two SUVs
, a Ford Expedition and a Chevrolet Suburban, drove through a hole in the border wall that is located in Calexico, California, on the U.S.-Mexico border.
The sector chief for the U.S. Border Patrol in El Centro, California, Gregory Bovino
, told the Associated Press folks that smugglers cut the hole in the border wall that both SUVs drove through on early Tuesday morning. Gregory Bovino
knows the two SUVs drove through a hole in the border wall because he saw it on a video that is part of the ongoing investigation into what happened that led to all of those folks flying through that hole in the border wall in order to illegally come into the United States of America.
were carrying several people with the Chevrolet Suburban carrying 19 people and the Ford Expedition carrying 25 people. Long story short, the situation didn’t turn out good for anybody.
The Chevrolet Suburban
ended up catching fire “on a nearby interstate” in California which led to the U.S. Border Patrol agents picking up everybody and taking them back into custody.
The Ford Expedition
ended up in a deadly crash with a semi-truck which left 13 people in the SUV dead. Ten of those people
are from Mexico.
Several investigative agencies which include the California Highway Patrol, Imperial County Sheriff’s Department, U.S. Border Patrol, and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the deadly crash that left 13 people dead.