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Texas Mayor Sounds Alarm On ‘Humanitarian Hurricane’ In The Making As Migrant Crisis Surges

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Laredo, TX Mayor Treviño expressed concern about the increasing number of migrants stranded in the city with no money and no idea of where they’re going, creating a humanitarian crisis.

He noted that the city is accustomed to migrants being released and moving on, but now refugees from all over the world are stranded in Laredo, posing significant challenges for the city and its ability to provide shelter and medical services.

“We’re seeing conditions, in fact, a humanitarian hurricane here locally in the making,” Treviño said. (Trending: Ex-Marine Imprisoned In Russia Sends Message To Biden)

“Because as the largest land port in the U.S. — the largest port in the U.S, we’ve been accustomed to seeing migrants being released in our community.”

“But most of them get on a bus and they go to another destination. But now, what we’re seeing is refugees from all over the world — not precisely from Mexico, they come from South America and all over the world — stranded in our community with no money and no idea of where they’re going.”

“So, even if 1% of those people who are referred from other border areas [are] being released daily here, 1% would be significant in our streets.”

“We would not be able to absorb the costs of sheltering or providing medical services, and I’ve been talking to border mayors and they’re seeing the same thing.”

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