WATCH: Boatload of Illegals Storm California Beach

WATCH: Boatload of Illegals Storm California Beach
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A group of illegal aliens swarmed a beach in Southern California after their vessel made landfall this week, according to reports.

The incident unfolded just before 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning at Solana Beach in San Diego County.

A panga boat reached shore and illegal aliens began running up the sand toward nearby bluffs and a staircase leading to the community above.

Local reporter Jaime Chambers shared footage shot by a friend on social media.

“The vessel was first detected by U.S. Customs Border and Protection’s [CBP] San Diego Air and Marine Branch traveling northbound toward Solana Beach early in the morning,” CBP spokesman Michael J. Scappechio explained to Fox 5 San Diego.

At least 10 suspects were arrested but authorities were searching for more, according to the latest available updates.

The vessel and a vehicle believed to be involved in the incursion were both seized by CBP.

“Just a little context, I’ve been a lifeguard in Del Mar for 25 years and these pangas have been landing on our beaches my entire tenure working in the towers. This is not new. It’s not good, but not new,” Chambers asserted in a follow-up post.

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