Volunteer nurse Ronda Kelso, of Phoenix, top, tends to a little boy named Leonel, Thursday, May 29, 2014 at the Greyhound bus terminal in Phoenix. About 400 mostly Central American women and children caught crossing from Mexico into south Texas were flown to Arizona this weekend after border agents there ran out of space and resources.
Volunteer nurse Ronda Kelso, of Phoenix, top, tends to a little boy named Leonel, Thursday, May 29, 2014 at the Greyhound bus terminal in Phoenix. About 400 mostly Central American women and children caught crossing from Mexico into south Texas were flown to Arizona this weekend after border agents there ran out of space and resources. AP
Volunteer nurse Ronda Kelso, of Phoenix, top, tends to a little boy named Leonel, Thursday, May 29, 2014 at the Greyhound bus terminal in Phoenix. About 400 mostly Central American women and children caught crossing from Mexico into south Texas were flown to Arizona this weekend after border agents there ran out of space and resources. AP

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