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Report finds increase in deaths, hospitalizations after 30-foot wall installed at US-Mexico border

A new report finds deaths, injuries and hospitalizations increased after the installation of a section of the 30-foot southern border wall in California. The new barriers were added at the direction of President Trump in a 2017 executive order. During KCRA 3's recent trip to the border, and before the report was released, an agent said the injuries are a major concern. "You can see the difference in the height between the new secondary fence, which is 30-feet high, to the primary fence, which is 18 feet," says Hector Quintanilla with U.S. Customs and Border Protection. "It’s common people get injured falling from the fence."

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