TIJUANA, Mexico – Young men kick a soccer ball around as volunteers hand out donated food, water and clothes.
Conditions here in the new migrant shelter 10 miles south of the border are far better than the original sports complex that flooded with the rain.
There’s more space, a concrete flooring and it feels every bit like an outdoor concert venue converted.
But there’s an alarming and obvious detail – only about half of the migrants made the trek to the new shelter.
Officials say that about 3,000 of the original 6000 are here – meaning nearly half of the caravan may be unaccounted for and roaming the streets of Tijuana.