Indian Illegals Caught Riding Freight Train Into US From Canada

Indian Illegals Caught Riding Freight Train Into US From Canada
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A group of illegal aliens from India were apprehended after they entered the U.S. by riding a freight train across the northern border, according to authorities.

The incident unfolded on Tuesday in Buffalo, New York.

U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) agents working at Buffalo Station observed people jumping off a moving train on the International Railroad Bridge.

USBP agents arrived quickly and encountered a woman who had been injured during the disembarkation and was abandoned by three men who fled on foot.

The men were quickly tracked down and taken into custody while the woman received medical care at the scene before being taken to a local hospital by ambulance.

“The three men were taken to the Buffalo Station and processed. During processing, Border Patrol agents were able to identify that the woman and two men were from India and the third man was from the Dominican Republic,” USBP explained in a statement.

All four people were determined to be in the U.S. illegally and the three men are now awaiting deportation hearings.

The woman remained at a local medical facility for further treatment, according to the latest available updates.

InfoWars frequently reports on the historic surge of illegal entries along the U.S. northern frontier, a relatively recent development which is often overshadowed by the ongoing invasion at the southern border.

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