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Rail Bridges Shut Down As Migrant Crisis Wreaks Havoc

via NBC News
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Residents in Mexico are facing extreme frustration due to the border crisis at the Texas-Mexico border, leading to practically frozen legal crossings and wait times of up to 13 hours.

Overwhelmed U.S. federal authorities are dealing with record numbers of migrants crossing the Rio Grande, leading to the closure of legal crossing lanes and the stopping of the rail bridge at Eagle Pass.

This has resulted in significant economic losses for the region, with the local commerce experiencing a daily loss of $150,000 due to the ongoing crisis. (Trending: FBI Bribery Probe Caught Joe Biden’s Brother On Tape)

“According to information revealed by the head of the local chapter of the National Chamber of Commerce, Hector Rodriguez Lopez, Piedras Negras is experiencing a loss in commerce of $150,000 per day due to the ongoing border crisis,” the report noted.

“The businessman claimed that the closing of the rail bridge and the slowing down of legal vehicle crossings are hurting local businesses and major enterprises that use the port of entry there to move their goods,” the report added.

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