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Texas National Guard troops arrived Saturday in COVID-19-ravaged El Paso to help handle a backlog of dead bodies, according to a report.

The county medical examiner’s office had 247 bodies at its morgue and inside nine refrigerated trailers as of Thursday, the El Paso Times reported.

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The Texas Division of Emergency Management decided Friday it would send 36 guard members to the border county.

Prior to the National Guard being sent in, jail inmates were helping:

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  1. I know this isn’t from El Paso my friend lives there and he hasn’t seen any death from his city. These are either old bodies or they came from the border. Because the border patrol were bringing illegals over the border to our hospitals because Mexico had no room. My friend was even filming it.

  2. How about reporting the truth for once? How many were illegals coming across to our hospitals? Not that I dont think they should get help, we should be told the entire truth !


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