Snowfall on Canadian border kills child, leaves child in cold weather | thecapitaldebates

Canadian authorities have found the bodies of four people, including a child, apparently due to a severe cold.

Snowfall on Canadian border kills child, leaves child in cold weather | thecapitaldebates
Snowfall on Canadian border kills child, leaves child in cold weather | thecapitaldebates

According to the French news agency AFP, Canadian officials said on Thursday that the men were killed in an area a few meters from the US border and close to the route taken by the emigrants from the US. Let's use the incoming. 

The bodies were found in the middle of an avalanche on Wednesday, with temperatures hovering around minus 35 degrees Celsius.

The bodies of two people and a child were found about 12 meters from the US border and 10 kilometers from the Emerson area of ​​Manitoba province.

 According to police, the body of the fourth person who died was later found to be a teenager.

Shortly before the incident on Wednesday, US border guards detained a number of people who had just crossed the border.

They had baby items but no children. Since then, search operations have been launched on both sides.

 Four hours after the search, the first body was found. The U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday that a man using the same route has been arrested and charged with human trafficking.

A 47-year-old Florida man was driving in a car carrying people who had no documents and were Indian.

According to the statement, he was half a kilometer from the Canadian border when he was arrested, from where a group of refugees was also arrested.

Although the US Department of Justice stated that the victims had "temporary identities" and were with the group that was arrested, no further details were provided.

Manitoba Assistant Commissioner Jane McClelland had earlier told a news conference that she considered the victims "victims."

He further added that such an attempt to cross the border was a matter of grave concern in which these people including a child were left in the middle of minus 35 degrees. The dead suffered not only extreme cold but also huge plains, avalanches and darkness.

Police used special vehicles to navigate the area, with Emerson located near the route from which migrants travel between Canada and the United States.

McLachy also said that the epidemic had reduced efforts to cross the border for almost a year. 

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