U.S. Border Patrol agents rescue lost migrant who called 911

Rescue beacons huh, how about guarding the “areas used by illegal border-crossers” instead of running illegal check points 100 miles north?

Fox News 10

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – U.S. Border Patrol agents rescued a migrant who was found in the southern Arizona desert after he called 911 to report being lost and severely dehydrated.

Border Patrol officials say the migrant is a Mexican national who will be processed for immigration-related violations after he’s released from a Tucson hospital where he was taken for treatment after being rescued Tuesday.  

Officials say agents located the man in a remote area west of Sells, which is located about 60 miles (96.5 kilometers) southwest of Tucson.

Migrants who fall behind in the desert are often abandoned by smugglers, and the Border Patrol says it encourages anyone in distress to call 911 or to activate one of the rescue beacons located in areas used by illegal border-crossers.

http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/258345051-story

5 thoughts on “U.S. Border Patrol agents rescue lost migrant who called 911

  1. I just noticed the word violations is used instead of the word crimes and the word deportation was not used at all, same old BS.

    Hey Border Patrol, your a bunch of treasonous swine, you should be ashamed of yourselves, you would be smart to start whistle blowing if saving face matters to you.

  2. “you would be smart to start whistle blowing if saving face matters to you.”

    and saving a whole lot more then just face

    can i get an amen?

  3. “… the Border Patrol says it encourages anyone in distress to call 911 or to activate one of the rescue beacons located in areas used by illegal border-crossers.”

    Turn those ‘rescue beacons’ into IEDs.

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