Border patrol vans have been seen by residents of San Bernardino, California dropping off a number of migrants at the Greyhound bus station and leaving them there, according to The Intercept. The migrants being delivered were those Central American asylum-seekers who have been allowed into the United States after they were processed.
“Most of the people who received their asylum into the country did not speak English and they did not provide any information on where they were going once they came into the country,” stated one resident who spoke Spanish. The Greyhound bus station allowed the migrants to stay to ensure they would have a safe place until they were able to find other means. Local residents also decided to help by bringing food and water to the station or by allowing some of the migrants to stay at their homes. The migrants were not able to stay in local shelters because they were all filled to capacity in the central area.