Illegal Immigrants Arrested after Calling for Ambulance in Mich.

Authorities say the men just wanted to leave and had no medical need for an ambulance


 
 

Copyright CBS Radio | | Thursday, April 26, 2012


OLIVER TWP. (WWJ/AP) - Six illegal immigrants from Mexico have been arrested at a construction site in Huron County after one called 9-1-1 to request an ambulance for a ride. Huron County Sheriff Deputies say the men had a disagreement Wednesday with a supervisor at the Cooperative Elevator Company grain elevator construction site in Oliver Township, about 100 miles north of Detroit.

Authorities say the men just wanted to leave and there was no medical need for an ambulance. They were arrested and turned over to federal authoritities.

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