Police found 17 undocumented immigrants locked inside a tractor trailer in Edinburg on Sunday according to ABC affiliate, KRGV.
There were no ambulances saw on the scene, and Edinburg police did not report any wounds or setbacks.
An individual from Mexico called Edinburg police and reported a relative was trapped inside a trailer parked at the truck stop.
The immigrants were found in a trailer in Edinburg and their conditions weren't immediately known, ABC13 reports. Robert Rodriguez, a Public Affairs Supervisor for Border Patrol, said they are as yet assembling points of interest.
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A male and female of Cuban nationality who were in charge of the tractor-trailer were detained, police said.
Before being arrested, The Monitor watched a gathering of more than 10 people sitting in a shaded zone underneath a tree. They were drinking bottled water while Border Patrol agents conducted the investigation.
Check back for more details on this developing story.