Arizona Governor Closes Gaps in Border Wall

Arizona Governor Closes Gaps in Border Wall


Arizona Governor Doug Ducey began a construction project designed to close some of the gaps in federal border walls. The move follows similar actions taken by Texas Governor Greg Abbott in response to the changes in immigration and border security policies by the Biden Administration.

In a tweet on Friday, Governor Ducey announced the beginning of construction projects to place physical barriers in gaps of the border wall along the Arizona-Mexico border. Workers began placing welded-shut shipping containers.

HAPPENING NOW: Construction begins on a physical barrier at the Yuma portion of the border
60 double-stacked shipping containers, welded shut
Topped with 4 feet of razor wire
Height: 22 feet
Weight: 8,800 lbs pic.twitter.com/VQmYIynf8U

— Doug Ducey (@DougDucey) August 12, 2022

The double-stacked containers will be

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