Two little girls, ages 7 and 4, called 911 last week, to report that they were stranded and lost in the desert near Tucson, Arizona.
When U.S. Border Patrol Agents located them, using cell phone coordinates, they discovered that the sisters are among the thousands of unaccompanied minors from Guatemala fleeing to the United States.
In this case, smugglers left the children on the Tohono O’odham Indian reservation, where the U.S.-Mexico border is lightly fenced and loosely guarded.
Agents said both children were in good health, and they were taken to the Tucson Coordination Center “for further processing.”
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