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According to a recent WFAA channel 8 news article, several migrant teens went missing from their temporary home at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas on Saturday, March 27. This temporary housing facility for unaccompanied minor migrant children was set up to hold almost 3000 children because of the unfolding humanitarian crisis at the U.S./Mexico border. Something that the convention center was never designed to do. The good news is that the Dallas Police found the teens hanging out at a nearby 7-Eleven store just a few short hours after they were reported missing.

According to the article, these comments about the incident were made by a spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families, “Four unaccompanied migrant teens who were being housed at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center after crossing the U.S./Mexico border have been found after leaving the convention center without permission. The teens were found safe after being gone for a few hours.”

Initially, there was some confusion as to exactly how many children left the facility. It was first reported that the number of migrant teens that went missing was 5. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families then confirmed that the actual number of missing teens was 4. A fact that was first reported by Fox 4 News in a news bulletin from March 30.

The government spokesperson added, “On rare occasions, kids leave the shelters without permission. On each occasion, authorities are notified, the kids are found and returned, and, usually, transferred to another facility.” No specifics on how the children got out of the facility were given but officials noted that improvements to safety and security at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center had been made.

This story of interest was also brought to the forefront in a recent blog post on The Barber Law Firm website. The law firm's community blog likes to stay in touch with their community and the recent goings-on within it. Posting blog articles on Dallas community-related news, events, and happenings are all a part of that. In addition to posting community-related blogs and other articles on legal topics, this firm is also one of the most respected personal injury law firms in Dallas and nearby areas. They are considered to be specialists when it comes to litigating cases that are related to moving vehicle accidents. This includes victims who have been injured through no fault of their own as a result of a truck, car, motorcycle, or other moving vehicle being negligently operated. Some of the types of cases they have successfully litigated relating to personal injuries sustained by moving vehicles include injuries to pedestrians, bicycle riders, and victims of drunk drivers. Other specialty areas The Barber Law Firm handles are wrongful death, defective auto, and negligence. They also are very experienced when it comes to the legal practice areas of premises liability and construction accidents.

Other announcements in the form of blogs that this firm has posted can be seen in their media room. This includes such recent events as the ice storms that swept across the Dallas area in March, the Metroplex going into phase 1C of the Covid-19 vaccination process, and how a former royal chef is now plying his trade in the Dallas area. Those that visit the firm’s blog page on their website can also go to the bottom of that page where they will find a categorized list of blog topics that they can access. Currently, some 55 Dallas Community-related blogs have been posted on their website.

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