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Texas uses shipping containers to create 'steel wall' next to Eagle Pass border bridge

Gov. Greg Abbott says wall of roughly 20 containers will help prevent migrants from crossing border

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Eddie Gaspar/The Texas Tribune

Gov. Greg Abbott says that a line of shipping containers next to the international bridge connecting Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras, Mexico, is meant to stop migrants from illegally crossing the Rio Grande.

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