Tunnel Theme Park San Diego

SDUT Since the first large smuggling tunnel was found in the San Diego area in 1993, at least two dozen complete cross-border tunnels have been found along the U.S.-Mexico border from San Diego to Tecate. According to Drug Enforcement Administration officials, since 1990 more than 220 clandestine tunnels have been discovered along the nearly 2,000-mile Southwest border (185 of these crossed into the United States). This is a list of some of the biggest and most elaborate clandestine tunnels in the San Diego region.

1993: Going underground


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