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WATCH: Illegals Crash Speed Boat on SoCal Beach, Pile Into Waiting SUVs and Disappear


Around 16 illegals storm upscale beach town during latest maritime incursion in Southern California

A speed boat full of illegal aliens crashed into a Southern California beach before the occupants sprinted across the sand and into waiting SUVs that whisked them away in broad daylight, according to reports.

The shocking incident unfolded on Saturday in Carlsbad, an upscale coastal city in San Diego County.

Videos circulating on social media show a vessel racing directly towards land at high speed, apparently just missing multiple people in the water.

Over 125,000 illegal foreigners have broken through the San Diego County, CA border in 7 months. This number does not include the gotaways like this boatload from yesterday.
This is a national security crisis. pic.twitter.com/CdG3MNn8JM

— rooted.wings (@BrittRooted) April 14, 2024

The watercraft slams into the sand at Ocean Street beach and at least 16 people jump out and run into Carlsbad Village.

Some of the illegals can be seen piling into an SUV while others make their way on foot. Local residents who shot footage of the incursion say multiple SUVs “were waiting for them.”

🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨 4/13/24 – Ocean Street beach in Carlsbad, CA. Illegals continue to invade our country pic.twitter.com/kybF3ke1qK

— Stella Escobedo (@StellaEscoTV) April 13, 2024

Reports indicate police were alerted about the maritime invasion but no law enforcement response was observed by people on the ground in the area.

It is unclear if any of the boat passengers have been located or apprehended at the time of this writing.

San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond slammed federal and state authorities over the ongoing border crisis at a press conference on Monday.

“We cannot have people just rushing in on boats onto our shores and going into neighborhoods. We need harsher penalties on human smugglers. We need the state and federal officials to bring more resources, whether it’s more Coast Guard or National Guard,” Supervisor Desmond asserted.

Just this past Saturday, a boat full of illegal immigrants raced into our shoreline, endangering surfers, swimmers, and our community.

Individuals disembarked, fled into a Carlsbad neighborhood, and were whisked away in an SUV. We do not know who these individuals are, where… pic.twitter.com/0BdXHB6qlI

— Supervisor Jim Desmond (@jim_desmond) April 16, 2024

Border Patrol’s San Diego Sector has been one of the busiest along the southern frontier this month, averaging between 800 and 1,000 ‘encounters’ per day.

InfoWars regularly reports on illegal entries and human smuggling busts in U.S. waters, many of which occur on the West Coast.

Penn Station was slammed by hundreds of illegal aliens arriving to New York City this week.

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