Brownsville Man Rescued by Border Agent Discusses Scenario
BROWNSVILLE – A Brownsville man looking for a Border Patrol agent who he says saved his life.
John Morris, division chief of operations with Border Patrol, says the agent who came to Monsees’ rescue went above the call of duty – he believes other agents would do the same.
Monsees says he sleeps in his truck because of medical complications make it difficult to move around.
On Monday around 3 a.m., those complications forced him to get out his truck, causing him to hurt his leg and yell for help.
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