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A truck driver is in federal custody after police found 38 people – including eight men who had died and 30 men, women and children who were suffering from heat-related illness – in his trailer in the parking lot of a Walmart in San Antonio, Texas, in a human smuggling operation turned tragic, authorities say.Two additional victims later died at a local hospital, bringing the death toll to 10.For the spontaneous couple, this package can be pulled together in as little as five days!If you are looking for specific site & venue recommendations or vendor referrals, set-up an in-person consultation (0) or phone consultation (0) with Wendee.“These people were in that trailer without any signs of any type of water, so you are looking at a lot of heat stroke, lot of dehydration. I personally worked on a tragic tractor-trailer case in Victoria, Texas, in 2003 in which 19 people were killed as a result of the smugglers’ total indifference to the safety of those smuggled and to the law.
Fire Chief Charles Hood said at a press conference Sunday morning that the victims inside the truck likely would not have survived much longer.
“He came back with the water, called the police, we arrived on the scene and found 8 people dead in the back of the trailer.” Police took the driver, identified by the Express-News as James Bradley, into custody at the scene, while firefighters rushed to provide aid to the victims, using a triage system. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Texas said Bradley is claiming he didn’t know there were people inside his truck.
According to court documents, emergency responders found “people standing and laying at and around the rear of the trailer.” The truck is believed to have been opened by the driver, Bradley, or someone else, prior to police arriving, Mc Manus said, which allowed the person to seek help from the Walmart employee. “An officer encountered a tractor-trailer behind the store, finding a number of people standing and lying in the rear of the trailer, and the driver, Bradley, in the cab.
On June 19, 44 people from Mexico and Guatemala were found after a truck was stopped, the newspaper reports.
On July 7, agents found 72 people from Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala and El Salvador inside a locked truck and on July 8, found 33 people inside a trailer stopped at a checkpoint.