Law enforcement officers conducting traffic at Los Indios International Bridge due to long lines
Deputies with the Cameron County Sheriff’s Office and the officers with the Los Indios Police Department are conducting traffic control at the Los Indios International Bridge due to a long line of traffic.
Several truck drivers said they’ve waited for several hours to try to cross into Mexico.
According to Cameron County Administrator Pete Sepulveda, the traffic buildup of trucks is not due to a blockade on the other side of the bridge, but from trucks forced to drive through Los Indios to avoid the blockade at the Pharr International Bridge.
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