Migrant landings in Florida increase 450%, federal agents say

Hours before the sun came up in the Florida Keys Tuesday morning, the response was already in full swing. More than two dozen migrants had made it to the Navy Base in Key West. The call came in just before 1:30 that morning, and federal officials described it as an unprecedented influx of migrant landings off Florida’s coast.“There are 25 migrants, all appear to be Cuban, and all appear to be from Havana,” explained Assistant Chief Patrol Agent Adam Hoffner of US Border Patrol, Miami Division.The men and women waiting to be processed by US Border Patrol ranged in age,

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