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Men seem to be filmed from a manhole in the American border town of El Paso

Shocking moment men climb out of a manhole in the middle of the traffic in the American border town of El Paso and fear that migrants will find new ways to enter the country

  • The phone images are thought to have been recorded in Texas on Saturday night
  • The identity of the men is unknown and it is unclear whether they are migrants
  • One man comes out of the sewer tunnel before he runs to the sidewalk
  • A second man appears, pushing the manhole up while the traffic flies above him
  • He narrowly misses a car before a third man appears at the hole and the clip ends
  • The viewer who films the images certainly calls the men & # 39; immigrants & # 39;
  • In April, people were filmed again who climbed out of a manhole in El Paso
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This is the shocking moment that at least three men seem to be coming out of a manhole in the middle of the busy traffic in the American border town of El Paso.

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The mobile phone images are thought to have been shot in Texas on Saturday night and have caused fear that migrants will find new ways to enter the country.

The identity of the three filmed men is unknown and it is unclear where they come from.

The clip shows that one man comes out of the sewer tunnel before he quickly goes to the sidewalk.

Men seem to be filmed from a manhole in the American border town of El Paso

Men seem to be filmed from a manhole in the American border town of El Paso

The phone images are thought to have been recorded in Texas on Saturday night
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The phone images are thought to have been recorded in Texas on Saturday night

The identity of the men is unknown and it is unclear whether they are migrants

The identity of the men is unknown and it is unclear whether they are migrants

The phone images are thought to have been recorded in Texas on Saturday night. The identity of the men is unknown and it is unclear whether they are migrants

One man comes out of the sewer tunnel before he runs to the sidewalk

One man comes out of the sewer tunnel before he runs to the sidewalk

One man comes out of the sewer tunnel before he runs to the sidewalk

Another man appears, pushing the manhole up while the traffic flies above him
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Another man appears, pushing the manhole up while the traffic flies above him

He narrowly misses a car above his head before a third man appears and the clip ends

He narrowly misses a car above his head before a third man appears and the clip ends

Another man appears, pushing the manhole up while the traffic flies above him. He narrowly misses a car above his head before a third man appears and the clip ends

El Paso is located directly against the Mexican border. It is thought that there could be an underground secret tunnel that would allow illegal immigrants to enter the United States

El Paso is located directly against the Mexican border. It is thought that there could be an underground secret tunnel that would allow illegal immigrants to enter the United States

El Paso is located directly against the Mexican border. It is thought that there could be an underground secret tunnel that would allow illegal immigrants to enter the United States

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Then a second man appears, gently pushing up the manhole while the traffic flies above him.

He narrowly misses a passing car before he finally climbs freely. Finally, a third man is filmed who pops up from the ground before the video ends.

Two pedestrians seem to see the men crossing the street, presumably at the intersection of 4th Avenue and S. El Paso Street, just a few blocks from the US-Mexico border.

A man filming the clip gasps for breath and says: & # 39; O my god. & # 39;

While the second man conjures up that movie recording, & # 39; another guy & # 39 ;, before he laughs in disbelief.

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The man in the car then asks: & Do you think they are from jail? Or do you think they are immigrants? & # 39;

His friend replies: & # 39; Immigrants for sure. & # 39;

The footage is said to have been filmed at the intersection of 4th Avenue and S. El Paso Street, just a few blocks from the US-Mexico border.

The footage was reported to have been filmed at the intersection of 4th Avenue and S. El Paso Street, just a few blocks from the US-Mexico border.

The footage is said to have been filmed at the intersection of 4th Avenue and S. El Paso Street, just a few blocks from the US-Mexico border.

In April it turned out that images of different men, who are believed to be migrants, are climbing out of a manhole in El Paso again.

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Then a Border Patrol spokesperson told KTSM 9 News that 12 men thought they had entered the country illegally.

Spokesperson Thomas Schwieger added: & # 39; It took a while to respond because of the large groups (of asylum seekers) we are dealing with (at the border). & # 39;

DailyMail.com has contacted US Customs and Border Guard for comments regarding the Saturday incident.

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