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Split up.article: Honduran Fathers and Reyes Mejia

split up.article: One of the fathers, Ever Reyes Mejia, walked out of the ICE centre carrying his beaming son and the boy's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles backpack, according to Vancouver Courier. The boy was secured in a booster seat, and father and son were driven away. In Grand Rapids, Michigan, two boys and a girl who had been in temporary foster care were reunited with their Honduran fathers at a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement centre about three months after they were split up.article continues below Trending Stories Remembering Megan Scraper adventurer was gifted athlete, social media maven Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. The stinkiest, most heavy metal sounding flower in the world is about to bloom in Vancouver Vancouver diver spent nine days in Thailand cave as part of soccer team rescue The three fathers were just holding them and hugging them and telling them that everything was fine and that they were never going to be separated again, said immigration lawyer Abril Valdes. Lawyers said the fathers were too distraught to speak to the news media. It was the largest single effort to date to undo the effects of President Donald Trump's zero-tolerance policy of separating families who try to slip across the Mexican border into the U.S. Authorities gave few details on where the reunions would be held, and many were expected to take place in private. The Justice Department said more than 50 children under age 5 could be back in the arms of their parents by the deadline at the end of the day. ( As reported in the news.