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Texas / Immigrants Deaths #1113614

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 2017
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(San Antonio: Kenneth Moton) The death of smuggled undocumented immigrants in a tractor-trailer at a Walmart in hot San Antonio, Texas, featured; area scenes shown; details given about the arrest of truck driver James Bradley†, the conditions in the trailer with no cooling system, the timetable at the truck in the parking lot & the nature of the injuries. [Consul general of Mexico-San Antonio Reyna TORRES MENDIVIL†- talks about the immigrants' condition.] [City council's Rey SALDANA†- says it was cruel.] [San Antonio fire chief Charles HOOD†- says the immigrants were hot to the touch.] What the truck driver is saying about the human cargo discussed.

Muir, David;
Moton, Kenneth

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