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    Border Patrol agents rescue two undocumented immigrants

    Border Patrol agents rescue two undocumented immigrants

    Sun-News report
    Posted: 08/21/2012 05:20:09 PM MDT

    DEMING - A joint effort between agents from the U.S. Border Patrol and Customs and Border Protection helped save the lives of two distressed undocumented immigrants east of the Florida Mountains, near Deming, on Monday, authorities said.

    On Monday afternoon, the Las Cruces Border Patrol Station was notified by Luna County Central Dispatch about an emergency distress call received from two people who said they were lost and in need of medical assistance.

    The Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates of their location were received by the Luna County Dispatch from a signal off their cell phone.

    Agents from New Mexico USBP stations in Las Cruces, Santa Teresa and Deming were dispatched to an area southwest of the I-10 traffic checkpoint to stage the rescue attempt.

    In addition, an Office of Air and Marine helicopter, the Border Patrol Search Trauma and Rescue (BORSTAR) Team and all terrain vehicles from the Deming USBP station also responded to aid in the search.

    After a three-hour search of surrounding areas, two Mexican men, ages 29 and 51, were found in an area between Deming and Las Cruces known as "Rattlesnake Peak."

    An EMT-certified Border Patrol Agent provided assistance to the two men until they were transported to a safe location. The men were subsequently transported by Luna County Emergency Medical Services to the Mimbres Hospital in Deming.

    Upon last report, they were receiving medical treatment for severe dehydration.

    "(Monday's) rescue was a textbook example of multiple CBP assets working for a common cause—the protection of welfare and life," said Ronald LeBlanc, the Acting Patrol Agent in Charge of the Las Cruces U.S. Border Patrol Station.

    Border Patrol agents rescue two undocumented immigrants - Las Cruces Sun-News
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    Argh, the money already spent (wasted) upon these two UNLAWFUL immigrants. Yes, unlawful, illegal, illict. If our law requires documentaton and you do not have it, that is unlawful, illegal, illcit!!

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