(FamilyConservationPAC.com) – An eight-year-old migrant girl had a “medical emergency” and passed away at a Texas facility of the U.S. Border Patrol.
This is the second migrant youngster to pass away this month while in the care of the Biden administration.
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According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials, an eight-year-old girl experienced a “medical emergency” while being held by the Border Patrol in Harlingen, Texas, with her family.
She was taken to a nearby hospital where she was later determined to be dead after Border Patrol agents contacted an ambulance to take her there, claims a written statement issued by CBP on May 17.
The Biden administration has lost a migrant child in its care twice in the past week. According to Breitbart Texas, a 17-year-old Honduran kid died on May 10 while cared for in a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services facility in Safety Harbor, Florida.
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His mother told the Associated Press, “He told me he was in a shelter and not to worry because he was in the best hands.” We just had a two-minute conversation, so I bid him farewell and best wishes.”
A few days later, the mother received the heartbreaking news that her child had passed away from a caller who claimed to be the teen’s buddy from the shelter. He claimed that Angel Eduardo Maradiaga Espinoza died when he got out of bed for breakfast.
The identity of the eight-year-old girl who passed away on May 17 while in Border Patrol custody was kept a secret by CBP officials. The nationality of the young girl and her family were also kept a secret.
According to CBP practice, the Office of Professional Responsibility is looking into the incident, according to CBP authorities. Additionally informed were the Harlingen Police Department and the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security.
BREAKING: Migrant Child Dies In U.S. Custody pic.twitter.com/URxFmCOGeG
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