The siege of Eagle Pass, Texas, continues unabated as thousands of migrants ride trains to Piedras Negras, Mexico, and then storm the U.S. border.
Border Hawk correspondent Efraín González reports from the Mexican side of the Rio Grande where large segments of the Venezuelan population are arriving daily.
Many of the migrants confirm they already have family members in the U.S. with whom they plan to reunite.
Earlier this month, Border Hawk was the first to report that hundreds of migrants hailing mostly from Venezuela were arriving via trains every day in Piedras Negras.
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