The migrants, including 11 children, come from countries such as Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua and Venezuela.
Saturday, July 1, 2023 at 11:41 p.m.
Los Angeles – Another bus carrying dozens of migrants arrived in Los Angeles, Calif., from Texas on Saturday afternoon, the second in the past three weeks.
The bus carrying 41 immigrants arrived in downtown Los Angeles around 12:40 p.m.
The migrants, including 11 children, come from eight different countries, including Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua and Venezuela.
“We were not formally notified, but on Friday the mayor’s office became aware of the bus’ existence and worked with partners of faith, as well as a coalition of city officials, counties, and nonprofits, to set up A spokeswoman for Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass said in a statement that she had been mobilized to implement the plans that had been devised “earlier this year.” “The City of Los Angeles believes in treating everyone with respect and dignity, and will continue to do so.”
The Humanitarian Immigrant Rights Coalition (CHIRLA) rushed to reception facilities on Saturday to provide water, food, clothing and assistance with medical examinations. They also had access to legal immigration assistance.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sent 42 immigrants to Los Angeles on June 14, but said the state’s border areas were “overwhelmed” with immigrants, and more could follow. suggested.
“A small border town in Texas is still overwhelmed and overrun with thousands of illegal immigrants from Mexico because President Biden refused to enforce border security,” Abbott said in a statement.
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