Two separate incidents caused the closing of the Mexican Port of Entry the night of January 10 and early morning of January 11.
Mexican Customs ans Military personnel guard the entrance at the Port of Entry in Agua Prieta on the night of January 10 while it was closed.
Mexican authorities stopped traffic heading into Mexico from the U.S. but traffic coming into the U.S. continued to flow.The Mexican Port re-opened shortly after midnight.
The second incident occurred around 6:45 a.m. on January 11, when a white pick-up crashed into one of the two entrances to cross through the Mexican Port of Entry. The Port was re-opened around 11:15 a.m.
Both incidents involved vehicles and drivers who failed to stop for the CBP officers conducting outbound inspections of vehicles leaving the country.
Mexican officials said they were unable to comment on any of the two incidents.