Mexican Surveillance Drone Crashes in El Paso Backyard

An unmanned aerial drone owned by the Mexican government has crashed in an El Paso, Texas, backyard, prompting questions about how and why the surveillance aircraft entered U.S. airspace. U.S. Border Patrol agents were the first to respond to the incident Tuesday after someone notified authorities of the crash, a Department of Homeland Security spokesman told ABC News. No one was injured. "We recovered the UAV and returned it to the government of Mexico," said Demetrio Guerra with the...Full Story
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