7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody dies of dehydration, exhaustion

A 7-year-old young lady from Guatemala kicked the bucket of lack of hydration and stun after she was taken into Border Patrol guardianship a week ago to cross from Mexico into the United States wrongfully with her dad and a vast gathering of transients along a remote range of New Mexico desert, U.S. Traditions and Border Protection said Thursday.

The tyke’s passing is probably going to strengthen examination of detainment conditions at Border Patrol stations and CBP offices that are progressively overpowered by huge quantities of families looking for haven in the United States.

As indicated by CBP records, the young lady and her dad were arrested around 10 p.m. Dec. 6 south of Lordsburg, N.M., as a feature of a gathering of 163 individuals who drew closer U.S. specialists to hand themselves over.

Over eight hours after the fact, the tyke started having seizures at 6:25 a.m., CBP records appear. Crisis responders, who arrived before long, estimated her body temperature at 105.7 degrees, and as indicated by an announcement from CBP, she “apparently had not eaten or expended water for a few days.”