New Tech to Help Monitor Water Stations across South Texas Counties
FALFURRIAS – New technology in Brooks County is helping to save the lives of those crossing the border illegally.
The director of the South Texas Human Rights Center tells CHANNEL 5 NEWS this is part of a project involving water bins scattered across several counties.
He explains the majority of the new water stations will be placed within the next few weeks.
Watch the video above for more information.
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