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The “fully operational” tunnel is a 755-foot passageway, tall enough for a 6-foot person to walk through, that burrows under the border fence, a park and a water canal. It connects a small, nondescript warehouse on the U.S. side to an inoperative ice manufacturing plant behind a strip club in Mexico.

“I would suspect that professional engineers were cooperating with the builders, if not working on site,” said Doug Coleman, special agent in charge of the DEA’s Phoenix field office. He said construction might have taken at least a year and cost an estimated $1.5 million to $2 million.

Source: William C. Rempel for the Los Angeles Times.

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