Mexican Cops Find 600 Migrants from 12 Countries Stuffed Inside Two Trucks

Mexican Cops Find 600 Migrants from 12 Countries Stuffed Inside Two Trucks


Mexican authorities found and detained 600 migrants who were stuffed inside two tractor-trailers in human smuggling incidents attempting to reach the U.S.-Mexico border. Authorities reported several of the migrants as being from Bangladesh, India, Ghana, Cameroon, and others from Central American countries.

Mexico’s National Immigration Institute revealed in a prepared statement that the mass smuggling attempt took place on Thursday in the state of Veracruz. Authorities found the migrants inside two tractor-trailers.

#Comunicado @INAMI_mx realiza proceso administrativo de 600 personas adultas de Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Cuba, El Salvador, Venezuela, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Ghana, India, República Dominicana y Camerún, rescatadas ayer en 2 tráilers en #Veracruz. https://t.co/s0oiInBdMV pic.twitter.com/6GHFEhiS9v

— INM (@INAMI_mx) November 20, 2021

Details of the detention were not released by the

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