UPDATED 1:00 PM PT — Sun. Oct. 21, 2018
Migrants from the caravan headed towards the U.S. border are beginning to enter into Mexico while many remain in Guatemala.
Migrants primarily from Honduras, crossed into Mexico by swimming or using rafts, according to reports.
Reports also claim immigrants paid people to transport them across the river using giant rubber tires.
This comes after the caravan clashed with Mexican police on Friday, forcing them onto a bridge.
Many have slept on the bridge overnight guarded by Mexican authorities.
Officials say it’s difficult to track the migrants since many of them are dispersed to various locations.
President Trump has threatened to cut-off aid and deploy troops if Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras fail to stop the caravan before reaching the U.S. border.