Thousands of migrants have arrived at the international bridge in Del Rio, Texas, over the past week, with Border Patrol agents struggling to process new arrivals.
- A federal source told Fox News that at least 9,300 migrants are now camping under the bridge.
- Bill Melugin with Fox News reports most are Haitians.
- Val Verde County Sheriff Joe Frank Martinez told the Texas Tribune, "Border patrol is overwhelmed. They just can't process them fast enough, so there's a backlog of these individuals underneath the bridge."
- Customs and Border Protection said it is working to send additional agents to the area.