Tijuana Border: A baby born during travel as part of Mexico caravan is in intensive care

Juana is only 51 days old.

She is part of the migrant caravan hoping to get to the United States, but she can’t move anywhere now.

Conditions in the camp have deteriorated significantly as the city attempts to bring in resources from the federal government including toiletries.

The doctors working in the camp are warning that this situation could become very serious and very soon.

Sky’ Stuart Ramsay reports from the US border with Mexico.

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10 thoughts on “Tijuana Border: A baby born during travel as part of Mexico caravan is in intensive care

  1. Let me throw up in my mouth now..r u friggin kidding me…more for usa taxpayers..shoot these cockroaches..f the teargas

  2. If they’re cold and getting sick. Ship them back to their country. Make their government take care of them. America has enough freeloaders living here as it is. WE DON’T WANT NO MORE. Our door is closed!!!

  3. THANK GOD THAT PUP WAS BORN IN MEXICO NOT USA. SAVED MY TAXES. SHAME ON HER FOR TRAVELLING IN TGAT CONDITION.

  4. False news, the Mexican people have fed these useless people, and the Mexican doctors have treated them very well.

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