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Court Records: Immigrants and Detention Hearing

court records: Another of the dead was identified as being from Guatemala; two others were not publicly identified, according to The Chronicle Herald. At least 29 immigrants survived, according to U.S. officials. Ten immigrants, including seven from Mexico, died after a sweltering ride from the Texas border city of Laredo in a tractor-trailer without air conditioning on Sunday. Twelve remained hospitalized Wednesday in San Antonio. Federal court records indicated a new hearing was set for Aug. 23, when Bradley was expected to a give video deposition. The driver of the big rig, James Matthew Bradley Jr., waived a detention hearing that had been scheduled for Thursday and remained in federal custody, charged with illegally transporting immigrants for financial gain, resulting in death. ( As reported in the news.