Anzalduas Park still being used as makeshift migrant camp
The city of McAllen confirmed that Anzalduas Park is still being used as a makeshift migrant camp.
The park was transformed into a camp in early May, ahead of Title 42's end.
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McAllen Public Information Officer Xochitl Mora said the number of migrants at the camp fluctuates daily.
At a city commission meeting held June 12, nearly 2,000 migrants were reported to have been dropped off at the park during the final week of May.
That was a decrease of 200 from the previous report, Mora added.
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