A transgender asylum seeker has died simply days after being launched from U.S. immigration detention.
Authorities say 25-year-old Johana Medina Leon of El Salvador died Saturday at an El Paso hospital.
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The reason for dying isn’t recognized.
Medina Leon sought asylum at a border crossing on April 11 and was detained in an Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility.
An asylum officer decided she had a reputable concern of returning to her nation, which is among the first steps within the course of.
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ICE says Medina Leon was taken to the hospital final Tuesday for chest ache. The company launched her from custody that day.
Advocates say the dying is one other instance of poor care and remedy that transgender detainees get in custody.
ICE says it gives complete medical care to all detainees.