The auto was traveling around 100 miles per hour, according to Boyd.
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Border Patrol agents attempted to stop the vehicle when the chase ensued and were soon joined by Dimmit County deputies, KFDM reported.
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The Trump administration has said tougher immigration policies - even separating children from their parents - are needed to deter immigrants from coming to the country illegally. Dimmit County Sheriff Marion Boyd said the SUV was traveling at speeds over 100 miles per hour before it crashed near Highway 85, ejecting some of those inside.
Boyd said his officers have dealt with the driver before, adding he was scouting the area earlier to try and pick up immigrants. One person died at a San Antonio hospital. Boyd said the Suburban was being chased by a Dimmit County deputy.
The pursuit took place in Big Wells, about 130 miles southwest of San Antonio.
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Four victims were dead at the scene, Boyd said. The passenger in the front seat is reportedly in police custody.
Footage from a motorist who witnessed the crash and posted video to Facebook shortly after shows at least four bodies on the ground, the mangled Chevrolet and several Border Patrol vehicles at the scene. Dimmit County is directly north of Webb County and east of Maverick County, which border Mexico.
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