Guatemalan Migrants Dropped off in Desert Town of Blythe

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Wednesday, June 12th
Blythe is a city of 20-thousand people in the desert along the California-Arizona border.

In the last three months, 26-hundred migrants, mostly from Guatemala, have shown up there.

They didn't get there on their own. They were dropped off by Customs and Border Protection agents.

KCBS Radio news anchor Rebecca Corral spoke with Ruben Vives, the reporter for the Los Angeles Times who recently visited the town and wrote about it.