A couple of people in El Salvadoran migrant and their two-year-old daughter lying down on the banks of the Rio Grande River
La Jornada, shows the bodies of Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his daughter Valeria, who washed ashore about a half mile away from international bridge that connects Matamoros, Mexico, and Brownsville, Texas. Valeria's arm is draped around the neck of her father.
"I was drawn to the girl's arm on her father," Le Duc told the Associated Press as she arrived at the scene.
According to Le Duc's. "
According to Le Duc's reporting for La Jornada, Ramírez, 25, what frustrated that his family from El Salvador Authorities and request asylum ̵
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It's time to say hello to the next person who wanted to cross – his wife, 21-year-old Tania Vanessa Ávalos.
But Ramirez's daughter then entered the water after seeing him leave, the reporting said. Martínez has returned and she is drowned.
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The photographer's account, according to the Associated Press, is based on remarks by Ávalos to the scene – "amid tears" and "screams" – Le Duc said.
Tuesday, March 11, 2011 by Martínez's mother back in El Salvador, Rosa Ramírez, who spoke to her daughter-in-law by phone afterward.
Ramírez told the Associated Press.
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From the scorching Sonoran Desert to the fast-moving Rio Grande, the 2,000-mile US-Mexico border has long been deadly crossed between ports of entry. A total of 283 migrant deaths were recorded last year; the toll so far this year has not been released. 2 years old granddaughter of Valeria in her home San Martin, El Salvador, on Tuesday.
In recent weeks alone, two babies, one toddler and one woman were dead on Sunday, overcome by the sweltering heat; Honduras died in April after their raft capsized on the Rio Grande; and a 6-year-old from India in Arizona, where temperatures soar well above 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Tamaulipas immigration and civil defense officials have toured shelters river said to be swollen with water from dams for irrigation.
El Salvador's foreign ministry said it was working to assist the Ramirez family, including Ávalos, who was at a border migrant shelter following the drownings.
"Very regrettable that this would happen," Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Tuesday in response to a question about the photographer.
Pope Francis, after seeing the image, what "profoundly saddened by their death "The Vatican said."
Jessica Vaughan, an official at the Center for Immigration Studies, told Fox News that while the photo was about to leave is "heartbreaking," lawmakers and activists need to shift their attention to reducing the flow of migrants coming to the US-Mexico border.
"Of course we should provide adequate care to migrants who come into our custody, but the Illegal goal must be illegally, "she said.
"Specifically, we need to work with Mexico and the Central American countries to discourage the illegal migration, as the trump administration has done, so we need to negate the judge's ruling that requires the release of anyone who crosses with Vaughan, who is the center's director of policy studies.
The image is also gearing
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"These families seeking asylum are often fleeing extreme violence. And what happens when they arrive? Trump says, 'Go back to where you came from.' That is inhuman. Children are dying. This is a stain on our moral conscience, "Sen. Kamala Harris tweeted.
" Trump is responsible for these deaths, "added Beto O'Rourke in another tweet .
The Associated Press contributed to this report.