A group of 17 illegal immigrants were found inside a tractor-trailer Sunday at the Flying J service station in Edinburg, as per Edinburg police.
There were no ambulances saw on the scene, and Edinburg police did not report any wounds or setbacks. In the wake of accepting a call from a relative of a person inside the trailer, Edinburg police said they landed on the scene and started thumping on tractor-trailers. When officers got thumps once more from one trailer, they discovered 17 migrants bolted inside from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Romania, police said.
A male and female of Cuban nationality who were accountable for the tractor-trailer were kept, police said.
Outskirt Patrol is assuming control over the examination. Robert Rodriguez, a Public Affairs Supervisor for Border Patrol, said they are as yet assembling points of interest.
Before being arrested, The Monitor watched a gathering of more than 10 people sitting in a shaded zone underneath a tree. They were drinking filtered water while Border Patrol operators directed the examination. The gathering of people were in the end looked before being escorted into a Border Patrol van.