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effect june: However, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said the immigrants killed were not detainees, according to Vancouver Courier. Officials say the SUV's driver and front-seat passenger were U.S. citizens, but seven others in the vehicle were immigrants in the country illegally. The crash occurred late Wednesday in a rural part of the state more than 120 miles 193 kilometres north of the Mexico border.article continues below Trending Stories City declines request from Vancouver independent candidates to number election ballots Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. Archives Vancouver Canucks draft Swedish twins It's raining dead birds in Metro Vancouver The Arizona Department of Public Safety declined to say whether an SUV involved in the collision was being used as part of a smuggling operation or may have been connected to a government immigration facility in nearby Florence. The driver, front-seat passenger and four immigrants in the SUV were killed. The driver and front-seat passenger in the other vehicle also were killed. Three other immigrants were taken to hospitals. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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