Border Patrol Agents Discover Another Tunnel in Nogales

Nogales Border Patrol agents located a tunnel west of the DeConcini Crossing

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents, along with Mexican Federal Police, discovered an incomplete illicit cross-border tunnel near Nogales during a routine joint tunnel sweep this week. [Photo from CBP]

TUCSON – A second cross-border tunnel running beneath the streets of Nogales was discovered by U.S. Border Patrol agents in less than a week.

On Sunday, Tucson Sector agents discovered the tunnel, west of the Deconcini Port of Entry, only 50 yards east of the tunnel discovered days prior.

Related article: Cross-Border Tunnel Discovered Below The Streets Of Nogales (VIDEO)

According to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, Mexico’s Policia Federal located the tunnel’s entrance in the floor of the existing Grand Avenue Drainage System in Mexico. The tunnel followed the footer of the International Boundary Fence at a depth of about 10 feet, crossed beneath it, and came up approximately 5 feet north of the fence.

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  1. Eventually this may end up like in the movie ‘Paint your Wagon’ where the entire street area caves in! Wouldn’t that be something.

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