Three women died in severe weather condition near California mountains after crossing the U.S. border
Three women died on Monday after they illegally crossed the U.S. border in California and got caught in the storm in Laguna Mountain, San Diego. Two men were rescued and detained.
Monday, at about 2:15 p.m. the Border Patrol agents were reported of the group of people in need of medical help just south of Laguna Mountain in San Diego County. The illegal aliens called 911 when one of them started suffering hypothermia.
When the officers arrived they could rescue two males, the Mexican citizens, ages 22 and 37. The officers were informed that three others need help but the rescue team was not able to reach them on time.
When three women were located at around 5 p.m., they were confirmed dead. Due to the several inches of snow and sever weather conditions Custom and Border Patrol could not reach their bodies.
Two rescued Mexican men were taken into custody to be processed for illegally crossing the border.