Bodies of Honduran migrants repatriated by the INM

The bodies of three Honduran migrants found inside a railroad car in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, were repatriated Tuesday by staff of the National Immigration Institute (INM). According to official information, along with them traveled a fourth person of Mexican origin from the state of Puebla of which it has not been possible to locate relatives to carry out the corresponding transfer, therefore, the body remains in the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Coahuila.For the location of the families, it was necessary to collaborate with the consular representation of the Central American country. Thus, the search and the subsequent procedure for the transfer of the remains to their places of origin were launched. On May 17, the locomotive where the migrants were traveling was on its way to the State of Mexico from the USA. One of the feet of the crew peeked out from one of the wagons with the locomotive running and it was then that the personnel of the private security of the Ferromex company, decided to enter and made the discovery of the lifeless bodies. We recommend you read: The INM said in an official statement that it will collaborate with the expenses generated by the transfer and endorses its commitment to the work for the eradication of criminal networks that “profit from the needs of the most needy.”

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