Hundreds of migrants are crossing the border into Texas on Saturday, with many of them initially coming from Haiti. 

“This situation has completely spiraled out of control,” Fox News’s Bill Melugin talked about Saturday whereas in Del Rio, Texas, exhibiting hundreds of migrants crossing the Rio Grande into the U.S. 

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“We got here two days ago. It has only gotten significantly worse. Honestly, it’s just stunning to witness what we’re watching here on this river because we’ve been here for two hours now, almost two hours, and this line of people hasn’t stopped.”

Melugin added that it’s a “crisis in every way shape in form.”

The scene comes after 1000’s of migrants had been seen beneath the International Bridge inside the home over the earlier couple of days, with the bulk coming from Haiti. The quantity of migrants beneath the bridge on Wednesday sat at about 4,000, and shot as quite a bit as about 11,000 of us by Friday. 

It is unclear how such an enormous quantity amassed so rapidly, although many Haitians have been assembling in camps on the Mexican aspect of the border, collectively with in Tijuana, all via from San Diego, to attend whereas deciding whether or not or not or to not try and enter the United States.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection talked about it was closing the border crossing with Ciudad Acuna, Mexico, “to respond to urgent safety and security needs.” Travelers had been being directed to Eagle Pass, Texas, 57 miles away.

The Biden administration is at present planning a widescale expulsion of the Haitian migrants, with plans of placing the migrants on flights as soon as extra to Haiti beginning Sunday. 

Details are nevertheless to be finalized nonetheless will seemingly embody 5 to eight flights a day, based mostly totally on the official with direct info of the plans who spoke to The Associated Press on state of affairs of anonymity.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.