U.S. Officials Detect Longest Narco-Trafficking Tunnel Ever Found on Mexican Border

The 1,300-meter tunnel between Tijuana, Mexico, and San Diego, USA, has a complete system of rails, ventilation, cables and high-voltage electrical panels, an elevator, and a drainage system.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - US officials announced on Wednesday, January 29th, the detection of a tunnel used by drug traffickers, the longest ever found on the country's southwestern border. It starts from an industrial region in Tijuana, Mexico, and after 1.3 kilometers, it reaches an area near San Diego, in . . .

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