SUV packed with undocumented immigrants chased by Border Patrol wrecks in S. Texas - 5 dead
Big Wells, Texas
   
 
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At least five people were killed when an SUV fleeing U.S. Border Patrol agents crashed near Big Wells, about 100 miles southwest of San Antonio, according to Dimmit County Sheriff Marion Boyd.

Boyd said the SUV was packed with 14 people and that 12 of those were ejected when the driver lost control and the vehicle flipped about noon on Texas 85.

"From what we can tell the vehicle ran off the road and caught gravel and then tried to recorrect," Boyd said, adding that "caused the vehicle to turn over several times."

Boyd said the chase, which also involved a DCSO deputy, reached speeds of more than 100 mph.


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Comments:
A lesson for illegals, it's not nice to run from US Johnny Law. Bad thgs will happen.

I wonder if there were any illegal kids in the vehicle? Wouldn't they have been alot safer at one of those immigration kids camps, than rolling w/ that stupid run-away driver? Hummmm....
Posted by Chevy at 6/18/2018 1:44:58 PM

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