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    TX: Chase of suspected illegal immigrants leads to school

    Chase of suspected illegal immigrants leads to school

    Apr 5, 2007
    PALMVIEW, Texas Nobody has been hurt today in a chase of suspected illegal immigrants that ended at a South Texas school.

    A spokeswoman with the La Joya (luh-HOY'-uh) Independent School Districts says none of the suspects went into E.B. Reyna Elementary School in Palmview.

    But K-R-G-V television reports that some fleeing suspects ran into the building, and officers followed them.

    At least eight people were detained.

    The school was put on lockdown during the late-afternoon incident, which began with a chase, included a traffic wreck -- and the suspects running from their damaged vehicle.

    No other details were immediately available.

    http://www.ktre.com/Global/story.asp?S=6332905
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    That's La Hoy-ya. Not uh!

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    A spokeswoman with the La Joya (luh-HOY'-uh) Independent School Districts says none of the suspects went into E.B. Reyna Elementary School in Palmview.
    Thank God they did not go into the school that could have turned out terrible!!!
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