Border Patrol Burdened by Trash Left Behind by Immigrants
ROMA – Hundreds of immigrant families leave their mark in South Texas.
Items and trash left behind is becoming more work for border cities.
KRGV’s Angelo Vargas learns it’s up to the city, county and federal authorities to clean up the mess.
The city manager tells us the clean-up takes them away from other duties in the city.
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