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Children, adolescents and women were among 51 victims of the worst immigration tragedy in America.

To cross the Rio Grande's brown, sandy waters, you don't need small boats.

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Children, adolescents and women were among 51 victims of the worst immigration tragedy in America.

To cross the Rio Grande's brown, sandy waters, you don't need small boats. But trucks are needed to transport the 'wetbacks,' those who swim to the United States looking for a new city. One of these massive 18-wheelers was abandoned along Interstate 35 in Texas on Monday. It was apparently having mechanical issues and was left there. The license plate was fake. The interior contained nearly 100 bodies, with no water or air conditioning. It was so hot that "it burned to touch" Charles Hood, San Antonio Fire Chief, said.

A corpse lay on the ground next to the truck. After opening it, the brave man fell to his death. The rest couldn't get out of bed. The refrigerator truck was now a pot in which human beings could be cooked on low heat. It was horrible. The dogs were thrown at the border after they had been sprayed with spices and seasonings.

Hood and the other thirty men who rescued Hood are now receiving psychological treatment. Their previous actions were limited to saving a dog from the drain or a person injured in an accident. The burly fire chief acknowledged that none of them were ready to open a truck and find this, adding that he was the first African-American to head the force in 2007.

16 people were pulled from the crowd and rescued. Some died within hours. Although they were referred to as teenagers by witnesses, four of them were children and twelve were adults.

It must have been a long road. Although the nearest border post was located 240 km away, at least for seven Guatemalans, and two Hondurans, who were among the 50 fatalities, the journey started thousands of kilometers away. Marcelo Ebrard from Mexico, the Mexican Foreign Minister, said that twenty-two of those who died were his countrymen. We are in mourning. Huge tragedy. He tweeted that Mexico joined the inquiries

Despite the fact that there are precedents, the Dantesque scene is the most tragic of its kind in American history. A worker at a Walmart Hypermarket in San Antonio heard the screams of 38 people inside a truck. Ten of them died. This was far less disturbing than a 2003 macabre discovery that saw 19 people found dead in Victoria, Texas, in a trailer that contained 70 illegal immigrants. It was always in the scorching heat of South Texas.

It was over 40 degrees on Thursday, but it was nearly 80 degrees inside the trailer Tyrone Williams drove in 2003. According to the testimony of the Jamaican-American at trial, he "forgot" that the air conditioner was on after being paid $7,500 for transporting the human cargo. After five days of deliberations the jury exempted him for the death penalty but sentenced him instead to 34 years imprisonment, which was increased for each victim to life imprisonment.

Three people were arrested by the Police on Monday night. They could be followed if it was proven that they drove the truck carrying victims to San Antonio. The emergency services received the first call at six in the afternoon. It is possible that hundreds of immigrant families spent the day cooking since traffickers typically travel at night. On Twitter, Archbishop Gustavo Garcia Siller said, "Oh my God! Have mercy on them. They were looking for a better lifestyle." This is Sir, Uvalde. We need your help! Many people are suffering!

Some people had not turned their gaze to the sky. Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas, is running for re-election. He took advantage of the opportunity to hang the dead on Joe Biden, the president. He said that these deaths were due to his open border policies. He added, "The consequences of refusing to apply the law."

This political alliance was furious at the reaction. The Methodist Reverend Chuck Currie called for the "political bullshit to be laid aside" because America needs immigration reform, which the Republican Party is hindering. Ron Nirenberg, the mayor of the city, demanded that the "horrible human drama" be used to address the humanitarian crisis involving migrants seeking asylum. He said, "At this moment I urge you to think and pray for the sick, the dead, and their families."

The president also responded in a subtle way to Texas' governor, who has allowed abortions and permitted the use of guns. He also spent $8,000 million to strengthen the border. Joe Biden stated that exploiting vulnerable people for money was unacceptable, and that politicking with tragedy is also despicable.

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