Williams’ Ramon Diaz Rodriguez, 28, was well after four days of lingering in 110-degree Celsius heat under a Texas bridge.
Cubans were among 2,300 mainly immigrants who tested their luck downstream, away from the main group of 15,000 prominent Haitians who gathered under the Del Rio International Bridge on Sunday.
DailyMail.com was there when Rodriguez and three other Cuban immigrant candidates were detained by Texas state police on the Rio Grande River, which crosses 0.5 miles east of the bridge.
According to the blog Border Report, other members of the separatist group were moving southeast towards other border towns. The 300-mile journey to Reynosa began, with the hope that 400 more Haitian caravans would travel to McAllen, Texas on Sunday.
Williams Ramon Diaz Rodriguez, 28 (farthest), was one of four Cuban immigrant candidates detained by Texas police over the Rio Grande River crossing on Sunday.
Rodriguez, Luis Ramon Rodriguez (56) (orange), Rosa Reyes (29) (yellow), Jordan Bray Hernandez (45) (not shown) are 0.5 miles east of the Del Rio International Bridge. I was trying some luck. He was picked up and handcuffed by border guard agents
Law enforcement sources told DailyMail.com to deal with crowds from Ciudad Real Madrid in Mexico, after hearing that the Biden administration had suspended deportation flights to Haiti after the devastating earthquake last month. He said that he is working on time.
On Saturday, refugees were told that evacuation flights would resume and most would be deported – they rushed to find another entrance.
Rodriguez said he fled Cuba after participating in widespread anti-government protests in July and told DailyMail.com he had been traveling for two months and was beaten and robbed by Mexican police on the way. Rice field.
He said: ‘I am here because I do not agree with Cuban law. We have no free expression and protests are abused and threatened.
The 28-year-old said the trip to the US border began with a boat trip to Guyana, followed by a trip west to Peru.
From there, he went north to Ecuador, then through the dangerous Darien Gap, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala in Colombia, and finally through Mexico.
Rodriguez (pictured in custody) told DailyMail.com that he had left Cuba for the US border two months ago to escape his original communist regime.
Luis Ramón Rodriguez (orange, handcuffed) said he spent two days searching for a river crossing using a kayak, but was arrested when he arrived.
Law enforcement sources told DailyMail.com they are working 24 hours a day to deal with crowds from Ciudad Real Madrid, Mexico, after hearing that the Biden administration had suspended deportation flights.
The US Border Guard and local law enforcement agencies are cracking down on illegal border crossings along the Rio Grande River in Texas following a recent influx of immigrants.
Asked why he chose the Del Rio crossing, Rodriguez said the term was widespread as a safe passage to the United States.
“We knew it thanks to some people who had traveled to American lands, and they taught us what the route was like,” he said.
“We knew it was dangerous, and we knew we were risking our lives, but as the saying goes, the one who doesn’t take the risk won’t win.
“Crossing Mexico was tough. We were attacked and robbed by Mexican police.
He was accompanied by three other Cubans. Rosa Reyes (29 years old), Luis Rodriguez (56 years old) and Jordan Brahernández (45 years old).
Lewis said he spent two days kayaking to find the intersection of the Rio Grande, but was arrested when he arrived.
Meanwhile, Hernandez said she was traveling to Dallas to be with her daughter.
She told DailyMail.com: I just want to be with him. “
Rodriguez said: “We saw this as an opportunity to move to a place where we can live and work independently for our families.
The Del Rio International Bridge closed on Saturday after immigrants from Mexico passed through to the United States
DailyMail.com was watching 23 police cars and a fleet of US Humvees reached the second intersection (800 meters from the bridge) just before 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Photo: Trucks and police cars parked on top of a ridge overlooking the river
Rodriguez said he decided to cross the river because of widespread rumors that it was a safe route to the United States.
“The United States is a country where we can have all the opportunities.”
This group, like many immigrants, was greeted by the presence of US law enforcement agencies.
DailyMail.com was seeing 23 police cars and a fleet of US Humvees reached another intersection just before 2:00 p.m. on Sunday.
By the time Rodriguez and his friends arrived, the area was crammed with police officers, who were watching from a truck parked on top of a ridge facing the Rio Grande River.
As they approached the fence, Rodriguez’s group was picked up and handcuffed. The Customs and Border Protection minivan arrived and bundled the quartet for processing within 20 minutes.
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Meanwhile, the main camp has now grown to 12,662 after evacuating 3,300 migrants on Saturday.
Three flights with immigrants will depart from the United States on Sunday, with two from San Antonio and another from Laredo scheduled to carry an additional 3,000 within 24 hours.
A video of scores of Haiti immigrants returning to the Mexican side of the Rio Grande river crossing appeared on Monday as DHS accelerated deportation.
Migrants are pictured off the coast of the Rio Grande on Sunday as DHS steps up its evacuation flight efforts to prevent asylum seekers from reaching the United States through the Mexican border near Del Rio.
CBP bus streams are seen leaving Bridge Camp on Sunday morning, with most buses heading south or east for processing and deportation flights.
Families are allowed to stay in the United States to claim asylum, and DailyMail.com has announced that three Haitian-filled minivans have been handed over to a local charity called the Val Verde Border Humanitarian Coalition. I am a witness
At the charity headquarters in Del Rio, families (often with young children and infants) were given the opportunity to bathe, eat and relax.
The exhausted Haitians were then taken to a local Greyhound bus station in Del Rio’s Stripes gas station and given tickets for their next trip.
US officials encountered more than 195,000 immigrants at the Mexican border in August. This is the highest price in 20 years.
Such buses were used to collect migrants, and police remained calm after the Biden administration announced deportation of people from Haiti to their home countries.
The bus was next to police security personnel, and despite facing difficult conditions, 15,000 migrants were living under the Del Rio bridge.
The day the Biden administration announced plans to increase the number of deportations in Haiti, a chaotic scene and overwhelming law enforcement agencies will ensu.
Border guard sources said they were working 24 hours a day to deal with the migrants from Del Rio, making headlines for helping the process continue overnight.
The Department of Homeland Security says Haiti officials can accept three flights, but plans to send eight a day to Haiti next week.
The Del Rio International Bridge, on the other hand, remains closed as passengers travel 50 miles to the Eagle Pass intersection until the camp is cleared.
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