A new border wall, stretching nearly 100 miles, is getting results in western Arizona.
The Washington Examiner noted that over the last three years, crews have constructed about 90 miles of border wall and nearly 40 miles more of a parallel, back-wall in the Yuma border patrol region.
“Two thousand, nine hundred drive-through vehicles came through Yuma sector alone in one year,” recalled Border Patrol’s head of the Yuma region Anthony Porvaznik. “We caught maybe one out of 10 of those, if that. So, we have no idea what got away at that point because there was no fence.”
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