Dire border crisis building in AZ

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A little-known crossing point near the Arizona city of Yuma is known as ‘The Gap’. It is becoming a border crisis that could rival better-known Texas hotspots such as the Rio Grande Valley. (Videos)

The Gap is a break in the border fence close to the Morelos Dam which allows an easy crossing of the Colorado River from the town of Los Algodones in Mexico.

DailyMail.com witnessed groups of migrants from Haiti, Colombia and Honduras crossing and being detained by Border Patrol agents.

The Yuma sector has seen a 2,399.6% spike in arrivals compared to this time last year, with up to 900 people crossing each day.

In August, 17,000 crossed into Yuma compared to just 694 for the same time in 2020.

The illegal aliens told DailyMail.com that word has spread that The Gap is an easy place to cross.

Border Patrol facilities are overwhelmed and the camp designed to hold 500 people is packed with 1,300.

Border Patrol agents told DailyMail.com the crossings are ‘relentless’ and are happening 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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