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Erosion along the privately funded border wall on the banks of the Rio Grande in Mission has accelerated due to Hurricane Hanna. July 28, 2020.
The Texas Tribune-ProPublica Investigative Unit

This private border wall was already at risk of falling down if not fixed. A hurricane made things worse.

Engineering experts said photos of damage from last weekend’s storms reinforce the idea that building and maintaining a border fence so close to the river poses serious challenges.

by Perla Trevizo and Jeremy Schwartz, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica
Erosion along the privately funded border wall on the banks of the Rio Grande in Mission has accelerated due to Hurricane Hanna. July 28, 2020.
Erosion along the privately funded border wall on the banks of the Rio Grande in Mission has accelerated due to Hurricane Hanna. July 28, 2020.
Erosion along the privately funded border wall on the banks of the Rio Grande in Mission has accelerated due to Hurricane Hanna. July 28, 2020.

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