RIO GRANDE CITY, Texas (KVEO) — U.S. Border Patrol agents rescued a man with a broken arm and saved a woman from drowning on Tuesday morning.
A release states agents responded to reports of individuals crossing the border. At arrival, agents discovered a woman holding on to a tree in the Rio Grande.
Agents were able to remove the woman from the river by using a branch to reach her, said the release. The woman was given aid and transported to an area accessible by EMS.
Authorities also encountered a man with a broken arm while waiting for EMS. Agents provided aid and requested a second ambulance.
Both were transported to a local hospital for treatment, added the release.