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Border Patrol agents rescued a family trying to enter Texas by crossing the Rio Grande, saving adults and several children from the river.

Photos taken from the Mexican side of the river in the town of Piedras Negras show agents in an airboat in the river hauling children and two adults aboard after they were nearly swept away by swift currents.

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The desperate family, believed to be from Honduras, was then taken into custody Sunday and given medical treatment.

Border officials said they saw an abrupt drop-off in illegal crossings during the holiday season — but the number of Central American migrants arriving in family groups has returned to record levels since then, records show.

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