Stray puppy caught on camera fleeing to San Diego through open border fence ... trends now
A stray puppy's American dream is over after his Mexican border town caretakers asked U.S. Border Patrol agents for help bringing him back.
Known among locals in Tijuana as 'Oso,' the pooch made headlines Tuesday when he was seen running with 10 migrants through the United States-Mexico border where construction workers were replacing a section of the steel barrier.
The video showed seven migrants fleeing through a temporary chain-linked fenced that had fallen down, before an eighth migrant joined in as Oso trailed behind.
Moments later, two other migrants could be seen following the group before they all turned themselves over to border agents in Imperial Beach in San Diego County.
'Oso,' a stray dog beloved by locals in Mexico, returned to the border town of Tijuana on Wednesday, a day after he was seen in a viral video crossing with 10 migrants through an open area of the United States-Mexico border. U.S. Border Patrol agents handed him over to one of the merchants in Tijuana who has cared for him since he was abandoned there six months ago
Oso (circled) runs after migrants who crossed the United