In the Arizona desert found the body of 7-year-old girl from India

The United States border patrol on June 12 in the morning discovered in the desert, 17 miles West of Luquillo (Arizona) the body of 7-year-old girl, presumably a citizen of India.

According to information from witnesses, the girl crossed the border of Mexico and the United States along with four other people. They landed at the border smugglers from Mexico.

The border patrol agents in Tucson found out this information from two women from India who were detained on American soil. Women said that a few hours earlier they’d parted with a third immigrant, who had two children.

In the Arizona desert found the body of 7-year-old girl from IndiaThe temperature that day was about 108 ºF (+42 ºC).

After a few hours, a patrol found the girl’s body. And last night, agents of the U.S. border patrol found tracks, indicating that a woman with another child returned to the territory of Mexico. The search continues, connected to the Mexican authorities.

A mile South from where the body was found girls, Mexican Highway 2 runs parallel to the border. On the American side, this remote area is a harsh desert with a small number of roads and almost without resources for survival.

According to the National weather service, the temperature that day was about 108 ºF (+42 ºC).

«We sympathize with this little girl and her family, — said the chief patrol agent of Tucson Roy Villarreal. Is a senseless death, not the last role in which he played the cartels that benefit, putting the lives of people in danger».

The number of Indians crossing the US border in recent years is steadily increasing. Last year more than 9,000 people from India were detained at the borders of the United States across the country. Ten years ago, in 2009, the number was 204.

The United States border patrol encourages anyone in distress, even illegal immigrants, to dial 911. Individuals can anonymously report suspicious activity to the border patrol by calling the toll free number 1-877-872-7435.

The message about the illegal activities can lead to saving someone’s life.