A human trafficker was caught on camera dropping a 4-year-old child from a height of about 30 feet over the border wall in San Diego, according to a border official. The incident occurred a week before the video’s release, and footage of the crime was shared on Twitter by Chief of Border Patrol Raul Ortiz. Agents and emergency service personnel responded to the scene and administered first aid to the child. According to Ortiz, gunshots were reported in the immediate vicinity while the agents and EMS cared for the child. “Remarkably, the child is ok! Do not trust smugglers!” Ortiz wrote in the caption of the video. The footage shows the human trafficker bringing at least two or three individuals over the border wall. The first, who also appears to be a child, falls to the ground but manages to land safely and step back before the second child is dropped from almost the top of the wall. The first individual over the wall rushes over to check on the child, who is then picked up and walked away from the wall as another adult climbs over to join the first. [tweet_embed]May 24, 2023[/tweet_embed] Border authorities have recently warned of a significant surge of illegal Chinese immigrants entering the country illegally. Border Patrol agents have criticized the Biden administration for their policies regarding illegal crossings at the border, recently saying that the number of terrorists entering the U.S. will continue to surge. “It could be stopped today if this administration would do something,” Border Patrol Council Vice President Art Del Cueto said.