Los Ebanos Woman Providing Aid to Migrants Passing Through
LOS EBANOS – As hundreds of migrants are surrendering to Border Patrol agents every day in the Rio Grande Valley, some make their through the small town of Los Ebanos.
There they are making a short stop at a church after they entered the country illegally.
Miranda Barwick has lived next to her place of worship for more than 40 years.
She and her husband migrated to the Valley on a holy journey in 1966; they brought their church on wheels along with them.
They built the church near the Rio Grande.
It was there that CHANNEL 5 NEWS witnessed a small act of kindness that made a big difference for those passing through.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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