The last child on Friday left the massive tent facility built to house an overflow of migrant children in Tornillo, Texas, which once held as many as 2,500 minors. After migrant families were separated and detained under President Trump's zero tolerance immigration policy, established detention facilities quickly hit capacity. The Tornillo tent city was built to hold the influx of child detainees, after which loosened policies allowed this and similar facilities to slowly empty. The Department of Health and Human Services says the migrant children will be released to sponsors or family members in the U.S. or transferred to other facilities.

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