Video shows women, children back in Honduras

ARTESIA, N.M. (KRQE) – Dozens of single mothers and children who were staying in New Mexico are getting help in their home country of Honduras.

New video shows 40 women and children landing in Honduras.

They were greeted by government aid workers who will help them with temporary housing and food, and put them back in touch with their families.

The group flew out of Roswell’s airport after staying in a temporary federal facility in Artesia.

It was the first U.S. flight this year to start deporting thousands of Central American immigrants.

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