Border Patrol discovers ‘longest’ tunnel yet between Mexico and California

U.S. Border Patrol agents say they discovered a massive tunnel that spans the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday.

The 4,309-foot tunnel starts in Tijuana and ends in the Otay Mesa warehouse district in San Diego, authorities said, according to a USA Today report. Border Patrol told the news outlet that it is the longest tunnel it has ever discovered along the southwest border.

The tunnel is complex, as well, according to the agency. It has an average depth of 70 feet below ground and includes an elevator, an extensive rail cart system, forced air ventilation, high-voltage electrical cables and a drainage system, according to the report. …

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Comments

  1. The underground voting Highway

  2. PetalumaJohn says

    This one looks professionally produced.

  3. Methinks they have dug themselves into the TJ subway system.

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