Drug Cartel Smugglers’ Horror Scene: 8 Dead, 20 Extremely Critically Ill

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Our sick, changing culture has sunk to such a low that we allow drug cartels to bring illegal aliens in under dire conditions. The leftists behind the movement certainly don’t care, nor does the media.

If it weren’t the case, there would be an outcry in the media and in the public venues over the rampant smuggling operations that bring in illegals, drug dealers, terrorists and opioids.

Bodies are found around the border constantly. No one really cares.

Authorities were called to a Walmart parking today and came upon a horror scene that included 8 dead people and 20 extremely critically ill in a truck left in a sweltering truck with no air conditioning system and no water. There are ten other survivors in the hospital in better condition.

They were the victims who paid smugglers to take them into the U.S. illegally. These smuggling operations are run by the cartels.

“They were very hot to the touch. So these people were in this trailer without any signs of any type of water,” San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood said.

The tragedy came to light after a person from the truck approached a Walmart employee in the parking lot and asked for water late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, McManus said.

The employee gave the person water and then called police, who found the dead and desperate inside the rig.

Some of those in the truck ran into the woods, leading to a search. DHS is taking the lead in the investigation.

Authorities in Mexico have also made a number of such discoveries over the years.

The Border Patrol has reported at least four truck seizures this month in and around Laredo, Texas. On July 7, agents found 72 people crammed into a truck with no means of escape, the agency said. They were from Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala and El Salvador.

Last December, they found 110 migrants trapped and suffocating inside a truck after it crashed while speeding in the state of Veracruz. Most were from Central America, and 48 were minors. Some were injured in the crash.

Last October, also in Veracruz state, four migrants suffocated in a truck carrying 55 people.

The Border Patrol has reported at least four truck seizures this month in and around Laredo, Texas. On July 7, agents found 72 people crammed into a truck with no means of escape, the agency said. They were from Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala and El Salvador.

Authorities in Mexico have also made a number of such discoveries over the years.

Last December, they found 110 migrants trapped and suffocating inside a truck after it crashed while speeding in the state of Veracruz. Most were from Central America, and 48 were minors. Some were injured in the crash.

Last October, also in Veracruz state, four migrants suffocated in a truck carrying 55 people.