Watch the US border wall falling over by high winds
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A portion of the US border wall fell over in high winds and landed on the Mexican side of the border.
The newly installed panels from the US border wall fell over and landed on the tress on the Mexican side.
The section of the wall was under construction in Calexico, California and the concrete had not yet cured, according to agent Carlos Pitones of the Customs and Border Protection sector in El Centro, California.
Carlos Pitones said: “We are grateful there was no property damage or injuries.”
This clip shows Trump’s border wall blowing over onto the Mexican side due to strong winds.
The section of the wall, which collapsed due to strong winds, was being built to replace an existing wall.
Customs and Border Protection told that the agency is now with the Mexican government to build the wall that collapsed in high winds and landed on the Mexican side of the border.
The construction work in the area has been suspended after the incident in order to clean up the mess.
President Donald Trump’s signature policy faced a lot of challenges, including legal and logistical ones and the US President took hundreds of millions of dollars from several governments accounts for building 450 miles of wall.
Earlier this month, the administration announced that the wall had reached the 100-mile mark.
Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf announced: “This is a milestone achievement for the President, the department and more importantly, for our country, including communities like Yuma.”
“One thing I want to emphasize is that every inch of the 100 miles that we have constructed is new border wall system. It’s not so-called replacement wall, as some of our critics claimed. It is new wall.”
The administration’s goal is to build 450 miles by the end of this year.
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