EXCLUSIVE: Photo Tour of Migrant Detention Camp Under Texas Border Bridge

DEL RIO, Texas — More than 12,000 mostly Haitian migrants are using cardboard, cane, and brush to construct shelters as they wait to be processed by Border Patrol. Some erected tents to shelter themselves for what could be weeks of outside detention in the makeshift camp under the Del Rio International Bridge.


EXCLUSIVE: Border Patrol to Shut Down All Sector Checkpoints as Migrant Border Bridge Detention Camp Swells to 10K

A law enforcement source within U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) tells Breitbart Texas that the unfolding Haitian migrant crisis is forcing the agency to shut down normal operations at all inland Del Rio Sector Border Patrol highway checkpoints. Staffing typically reserved for inspecting thousands of vehicles daily will be diverted to assist with the care, transport, and processing of 10,000 mostly Haitian migrants currently detained under the Del Rio International Bridge.

A Border Patrol K-9 begins a search of a passenger vehicle at the Javier Vega, Jr. Immigration Checkpoint on U.S. Highway 77 in South Texas. (File Photo: Bob Price/Breitbart Texas)

VIDEO: Biden Detains 5K Migrants Under Texas Border Bridge amid Their Own Excrement

DEL RIO, Texas — A source within CBP provided Breitbart Texas new video depicting the unsanitary conditions agents and detainees are subjected to at a makeshift camp under the local international bridge. The camp, as of Wednesday, houses more than 4,000 mostly Haitian migrants. The site is used as a temporary detention area due to facility overcrowding in the area. The location is expected to swell to 5,000 inhabitants by the end of the day.

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