91 migrants rescued in Piedras Negras

Among the undocumented Central American migrants there were 28 Salvadorans and four Hondurans who will be repatriated to their countries of origin, the State Security Commission reported.

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Authorities rescued 91 Central American and Mexican citizens who were staying at a hotel in Piedras Negras, Coahuila.
 
Among the undocumented Central American migrants there were 28 Salvadorans and four Hondurans who will be repatriated to their countries of origin, the State Security Commission reported. 
 
They and 59 Mexicans were on their way to the Northern border to enter the United States illegally.  
 
Some of the people that were rescued had feet injuries after walking long distances.
 
 

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