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Prosecutors won't charge ICE agents involved in crash that killed 2 farmworkers

DELANO, Calif. - Kern County prosecutors Wednesday said they will not file charges against federal immigration agents involved in a crash that killed two farmworkers trying to flee from the agents.

The two Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, Ramiro Sanchez and Dimas Benitez, faced misdemeanor charges of giving false information to police after statements they made to Delano officers were contradicted by surveillance

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