Over THREE HUNDRED Migrants move into San Diego Airport after border city was hit by Influx of crossers
Over three hundred migrants have been crashing at the San Diego International Airport as the border city has been hit with a surge of crossers.
Overnight stays by migrants have become common at the airport, but in recent weeks the number has drastically risen.
On Thursday, a bus dropped off dozens of immigrants at Terminal two, Fox 5 reported.
Some of them reportedly arrived several hours or days before their scheduled flights, as local organizations have said that they believe that the people were transported there after being processed by Border Patrol.
Elias frequently checks out the airport to hand-deliver meals, hygiene products and water to the migrants.
Many of the migrants can be seen sitting on the airport floors as they eat and go on to continue their journeys to visit friends and family members across the country.
Migrants from Texas are seen charging their phones after they were dropped off a train station in San Diego on October 10
Over three hundred migrants have been crashing at the San Diego International Airport as the border city has been hit with a rush of crossers. Many of them are families with children.