266 migrants found crammed in the double bottoms of three trucks in northern Mexico

Agents of Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) have found 266 migrants crammed into the double bottoms of three trucks in the municipality of Galeana, in the state of Nuevo Leon, in the north of the country, during the early hours of Tuesday morning.

During the early hours of the morning the INM services received an anonymous call warning of the transfer of children and adults in trucks, which led them to find two hundred people hidden in the dark in the back of the trucks, as detailed by ‘Aristegui Noticias’.

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Due to the large number of overcrowded migrants, it has been determined that they will be moved to the Galeana Municipal Auditorium, where they will spend the night.

As part of the INM’s work, 80 migrants from Guatemala, 78 from Nicaragua, 48 from El Salvador, 26 from Cuba, 19 from Honduras, 13 from Ecuador and two from the Dominican Republic have been identified, according to Tv Azteca.

Of the 266 foreign migrants, 62 were traveling in a family nucleus, in addition to 19 boys and one girl, minors unaccompanied by a family member.

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