AP Photo/Austin American-Statesman, Rodolfo Gonzalez
In this photo taken July 4, 2014, Marta Beltran, 19, of El Salvador, holds her 18-month-old son, Lenny, as they ride a city shuttle bus from the McAllen city bus station to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Shelter in McAllen, Texas. About 90 Hondurans a day cross illegally from Mexico into the U.S. at the Rio Grande near McAllen, according to the Honduran Consulate, and the families are then brought to Central Station in McAllen and each is released on their own recognizance. Though most travelers have enough money to purchase their own bus tickets to meet family in cities across the U.S., many have nowhere to stay before the buses leave, and most are in need of rest, medical attention and sustenance. It falls to the local government and charities to welcome the uninvited visitors to America. Tens of thousands have also fled to the U.S. from El Salvador and Guatemala to escape violence.
As of Friday, July 11, 2014
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