El Paso welcomes nearly 400 undocumented immigrants recently freed by ICE   

EL PASO, Texas — El Paso residents are dealing with a influx of immigrants after about 400 undocumented individuals and families were recently freed by ICE officials. With more releases expected, the influx has local officials worried city leaders and non-profits that organize housing weren't given any notice. Morning Dose's Trey Serna reports.

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