Death toll increases to 8 after car plows into a crowd in front of a Texas shelter that was housing migrants!

A Land Rover crashed into a group of people waiting at a bus stop in Brownsville, Texas on Sunday. Eight people were killed, including several migrants, and close to a dozen others were injured. It is unclear whether the crash was intentional. The Bishop Enrique San Pedro Ozanam Center, a non-profit homeless shelter that has been housing migrants, is located across the street from where the crash occurred.

The driver of the vehicle, identified as a Hispanic man, has been arrested on a reckless driving charge. Authorities are investigating whether the crash was intentional or accidental. Brownsville declared a state of emergency after an influx of thousands of migrants, many from Venezuela, and the crash happened just days before Title 42, a Trump-era immigration restriction, is set to expire. The pandemic-era policy allowed immigration agents to swiftly return migrants to their home countries.