San Ysidro US Border Port Of Entry, CA-Agents Shot And Killed Man Who Refused To Stop At California’s Border With Mexico
US Customs And Border Protection agents shot a man at the San Ysidro US border port of entry on Monday night, June 3, 2019. The man reportedly refused to stop at California’s border with Mexico. According to San Diego police, the shooting apparently took place at a secondary vehicle inspection area close to the San Ysidro port of entry. According to the police, the man’s vehicle was blocked at the port of entry. As such, the man opened fire on immigration officers. The agents killed the man. People who were close to the site where the incident occurred was able to hear 12 gun shots. The identity of the man was not immediately released. All of the 7 US immigration agents were not injured.
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