TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - An organization aimed at preventing deaths along the border will release new information Wednesday, Jan. 17, in hopes of preventing more people from dying.
"No More Deaths" volunteers said there is a crisis along the US- Mexico border and they would like to see some changes.
Humanitarian volunteers with the organization said people cross the border for a variety of reasons, but they contend that every day Border Patrol agents are making it more difficult.
Volunteers accused agents of tampering with water containers and other supplies people need to make it across safely.
They are concerned it is going to get worse due to harsher immigration talk from the Trump administration.
Tucson News Now reached out to the Border Patrol about the No More Deaths' investigation.
The Border Patrol released the following statement on Wednesday, Jan. 17: