San Diego, California /
One woman killed and 36 Mexicans arrested After dozens of people tried to break in group swim for the united states the night of 29 october.
Around 11:38 am, Border Patrol agents received a notification a group made up of about 70 people Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a statement that attempts were being made to cross the international border from Tijuana to San Diego’s Border Field State Park without documents. release.
On reaching the spot, the agents clashed a woman who didn’t answer, believed to have belonged to a group of swimmers. According to the statement, the Border Patrol agent Cardiopulmonary resuscitation performed (RCP) Women and paramedics were called.
around 0:30, woman declared dead. Medical examiners from San Diego arrived at the scene and took him into custody. The first woman could not be identified.
Agent They detained 36 adults of Mexican nationality, including 13 who were pulled from the water by the Coast Guard. All were shifted to a nearby border patrol post for processing.
Several agencies were still searching the area, including the San Diego Fire Department and California State Parks. Officials reported no casualties.
The professional responsibility delegation of Customs and Border Protection investigates the incident.
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