Border Patrol Agent Suffers Head Trauma After Rock Strikes Him in California Near Mexico Border

Steve Neavling 

A U.S. Border Patrol agent suffered head trauma after he was struck by a large rock hurled from over the international border fence in the Tecate area in California, CBS8 reports.

The agent, whose identity wasn’t revealed, was patrolling the area on an all-terrain vehicle with other agents when the 6-inch rock struck him in the head at 8 p.m. Wednesday.

The agent was rushed to the hospital for trauma to the head and arm, CBS8 wrote.

Border Patrol agents are still looking for the suspect.

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