Tampa, Florida 2021-09-20 10:00:19 –
Del Rio, Texas — The United States has begun to send Haitians camping in a border town in Texas to their hometown and prevent others from crossing the border from Mexico.
This is a large-scale show of force that marks the beginning of what could be one of America’s fastest and largest expulsions of immigrants and refugees in decades.
Three flights carrying 145 passengers arrived in Port-au-Prince, and Haiti said six were scheduled for Tuesday.
Overall, US officials have moved to expel many of the more than 12,000 immigrants who were camping around the bridge in Del Rio, Texas, after crossing from Ciudad Real Madrid, Mexico.
Haiti migrants have dealt with scorching temperatures and food and water shortages. KENS-TV In a report from San Antonio.
Immigrants were trying to evacuate the United States from widespread poverty, gangsters, and a series of natural disasters.
In August, the island was hit by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake, killing thousands and causing catastrophic damage. A few days later, the blessings of tropical cyclones struck the island, hindering rescue operations and causing even more problems with the infrastructure.
“Haiti is unsafe and has no work,” said Rolin Petit Homme, a 35-year-old Haiti camp under the bridge. CNBC.. He said he was planning to stay in Mexico.
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