MEXICO CITY – Mexican immigration agents have found a total of 191 mostly Central American migrants jammed into a truck and a bus.
The country's National Immigration Institute said Thursday that 103 migrants were found packed into a truck in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz. The people had gone two days without food or water. All but two are from Guatemala, and 55 are minors.
Agents also found 88 migrants crowded into a bus that had seating for only 42 people in the north-central state of Hidalgo. Eighty are from Guatemala, among them 45 minors accompanied by relatives.