Photos emerged Friday showing the two little girls who were dropped over a border fence by smugglers and left in a remote section of New Mexico.
One of the snaps, published by Fox News, shows the kids, a pair of sisters from Ecuador ages 5 and 3, dressed up in identical blue shirts and sweatpants receiving a snack from Customs and Border Protection El Paso Sector Chief Patrol Agent Gloria Chavez.
“When I visited with these little girls, they were so loving and so talkative, some of them were asking the names of all the agents that were there around them, and they even said they were a little hungry,” Chavez told the outlet.
“So I helped them peel a banana and open a juice box and just talked to them. You know, children are just so resilient and I’m so grateful that they’re not severely injured or [have] broken limbs or anything like that.”
Agent Chavez said the