A dozen people – some of them possibly illegal aliens – arrived in Huntington Beach on Monday, and they didn’t come through a fence or wall.
In what authorities described as a “multi-casualty accident, a “panga” home-made boat made landfall near the 16100 block of Pacific Coast Highway. The dozen were treated by Huntington Beach paramedics. Two of them were arrested by federal authorities.
The Associated Press reported that nine Chinese men, a Chinese woman and two Mexican men are in federal custody. The boat approached the shore by traveling through Anaheim Bay in Seal Beach, which is U.S. Navy property.
Wednesday is “Mother’s Love Day” at supermarket
The Mother’s Market & Kitchen in Huntington Beach will donate five percent of its sales Wednesday to the non-profit Surfrider Foundation, as part of the chain’s “Mother’s Love 5% Days” observed across Orange County.
Stores in Anaheim Hills, Costa Mesa and Irvine held their events earlier in the month. The Huntington Beach store is located at 19770 Beach Blvd. (between Yorktown and Adams Avenue) in the Newland Center.
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