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"Rubs we've got action. There's a crash almost go road. A Queen creek. Another collision on olive near seventy second avenue that olive eighty third avenue. That's a wreck to I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news. Rain moving into the valley low tonight, sixty two tomorrow's high as expected to be around eighty one degrees in Goodyear right now, they've already got some showers, and it's cooled off considerably to sixty four degrees. Weather brought to you by Howard air. Continuing our coverage of Arizona's immigration crisis. There are new developments on the Central American migrants surge at the border KTAR Martha joins us with the details. Secular KTAR has now learned border patrol just apprehended nearly four hundred migrants west of Luke Ville, Arizona. The majority of it was made up of children one hundred ninety nine children accompanied by parents, and there were thirty one children that by themselves, and we're talking about infants all the way up to sixteen or seventeen years to Tucson border patrol chief agent droid. He says these migrants were dropped off in the desert by smugglers, three chartered buses drove up to the to the border drop off the illegal aliens. And then they all ran right across the border waited for an agent to show up the dealing with this big group meant diverting agents from checkpoints to transport end process the immigrants live in the news center. I'm Martha our KTAR news and for more on Arizona's immigration crisis. Don't forget to go to KTAR dot com slash immigration. You could see some rain. As you're heading home this evening, Mark O'Malley with the national weather service says Buckeye already getting some light rain is going to be moving right into the metro Phoenix area. It's moving fairly quickly in the rain will not last that long. So it's just a little shot of nice rain for this April. And it's really going to cool off after a high of eighty two earlier this evening with the rain. We can expect the temperatures to be back down into the mid sixties new this afternoon. A second person has died following this morning's helicopter crash at fort McDowell reservation in fountain hills. There are no details on the second victim. But the first victim has been confirmed to be an Embry riddle air nautical university, professor and helicopter program chair Roussy Moore died he'd been an employee at the university for a year. A Bill that would site drivers in Arizona, if they're texting and driving is being held up in the House Republican Senator Kate Brophy McGee says a small group of Republicans wanna make it a secondary offense. That means that you can't be stopped. But instead if something were to happen, and you were to be determined to be texting at the time, then you could be sited on that basis. More than two dozen Arizona, cities and counties already have their own restrictions on cell phone. Useful driving also knew this afternoon. President Trump has signed a bipartisan Colorado river drought contingency plan. Authorization act. This Bill keeps too key reservoirs from falling so low that they can't deliver water or produce hydroelectric power senators, Martha mcsally and Cureton cinema co-sponsor that legislation along with lawmakers from six other states time to get another look at traffic for you with Larry Lewis as in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, evacuated we're still dealing with a few snags out there. We're seeing delays in the usual spots. But if you crashes. That aren't helping matters include. I ten eastbound near baseline keep an eye out for that. Then ten eastbound your fortieth street about four miles away. You got a crash to that one also off on the right shoulder surface road accidents, eighty third avenue Ed olive, another one fifty Fifth Avenue at lower Buckeye than seventy second avenue at the olive access road. You got a crash there is well this report is sponsored by culture automotive group. Experience exceptional value in an expert staff to help with your next car buying experience culture automotive. Visit culture are Camelback Tempe."