The 14th bus carrying migrants from Texas since mid-June arrived in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.
A member of the L.A. Welcomes Collective, which comprises nonprofit organizations, religious groups, and government agencies collaborating to assist migrants, shared on Twitter that the bus transported 40 asylum seekers from Venezuela and El Salvador.
The tweet emphasized their focus on people rather than drama or politics, highlighting the ongoing coordination and support among the city, county, and nonprofits to help these new neighbors until they feel they have a fresh start. Approximately 580 migrants have reached Los Angeles since the inaugural bus left Texas on June 14th.