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Southern California community struggles to provide aid across border




A car lays buried in mud after flooding triggered by Hurricane Manuel in Chilpancingo, Mexico.
A car lays buried in mud after flooding triggered by Hurricane Manuel in Chilpancingo, Mexico.
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In the wake of two hurricanes slamming into Mexico, migrant communities here in California have mobilized to send aid back to their home towns, many of them small, remote, and hard hit. But the ad hoc groups are hitting a roadblock at the border. The California Report's Amy Isackson has this story.