A U.S. Border Patrol agent in Texas is credited with saving a migrant girl and her younger son who had been attacked and coated by hundreds of bees.
The company mentioned in an announcement Friday that the agent was patrolling the Rio Grande in Brownsville, in southernmost Texas, when bees entered his patrol car.
The agent was on the lookout for the origin of the bees Tuesday when he discovered what he thought was only a bundle of clothes coated within the bugs. He then realized it was a girl curled right into a ball.
He ordered her to run into his car and found she was protecting her Eight-year-old boy.
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The kid started to vomit and the agent rushed the pair to a hospital, the place they’re anticipated to get well.
Authorities say they had been travelling from Guatemala.