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El Paso, Texas is dealing with a surge of migrants at the southern border, with thousands attempting to rush through the Paseo del Norte bridge port of entry.

Multiple law enforcement agencies were seen in full riot gear as a large group pulled apart barriers to make their way into the U.S.

on Sunday.

The City of El Paso is taking steps to prepare for a massive surge of migrants around May 11, when the Biden administration plans to end the national COVID-19 health emergency known as Title 42.

The county judge, Ricardo Samaniego, says El Paso is working with Dona Ana County to handle the migrant surge and has been working with shelters and churches across the area to transport migrants to safe locations.

However, Samaniego also warns that the borderland should expect an influx of migrants as Title 42 comes to an end.

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