San Diego border agents give inside look at drug trafficking challenge
More heroin, cocaine and meth come through the San Diego border than anywhere else in the U.S. Border fencing has slowed down drug smugglers, but hasn’t stopped them. It's a fight on land, underground, and on the seas.
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