Repatriation of Mexican migrants who died in a trailer in Texas, U.S.A., completed

The Government of Mexico has informed this Friday that it has concluded the repatriation of migrants killed in a trailer in San Antonio, Texas.

“The Toluca International Airport received this afternoon the fourth and last flight of the Mexican Air Force from San Antonio, Texas, in order to repatriate the two bodies of the Mexican nationals who lost their lives in a cargo trailer on June 27,” the government said in a statement.

The coffins of the victims -Miriam ‘R’ and Álvaro ‘O’– are being transferred to La Trinitaria, Chiapas; and Cortázar, Guanajuato; to be received by their relatives.

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Likewise, the Mexican Government has reported that of the three survivors, two of them have been medically discharged, while one minor remains hospitalized.

In this regard, the Mexican Consulate in the Texan city has processed the provisional immigration status of the victims so that they could be reunited with their families in U.S. territory.

Also, the Mexican authorities have arranged a humanitarian permit for the mother of the minor who is receiving health treatment to cross the U.S. borders.

“The Government of Mexico will continue its strategy of permanent accompaniment to those hospitalized and to the families of the victims of this unfortunate case. Likewise, it offers its condolences and reiterates its commitment to protect Mexicans abroad,” concluded the communiqué signed jointly with the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Last June 27, 53 migrants died in the U.S. city of San Antonio, Texas, among them 26 Mexicans in an abandoned trailer, in which there was no water, air conditioning or ventilation.

Inside the trailer 46 migrants were found dead, and another seven died later in the hospital.

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