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She says she can’t remember what they saw, 60 told investigators he was caught by surprise when he opened the trailer doors outside a Walmart store in San Antonio only to be knocked down by a group of "Spanish" people pouring out of the rig according to the criminal complaint filed in the caseBut the narrative attributed to Bradley who could face the death penalty if convicted was at odds with authorities’ accounts of a small fleet of SUVs waiting in the Walmart lot to carry away some of the immigrants who clamored out of the truckBradley was arrested on Sunday after police said they found the bodies of eight people in the truck along with 30 to 40 others in and around the vehicle suffering from dehydration and heat stroke All were illegal immigrants the bulk of them Mexican nationals ranging in age from 15 into their 20s and 30s officials saidTwo died later bringing the death toll to 10 while 29 remained hospitalized on Monday according to Thomas Homan acting director of the US Immigration and Customs EnforcementDaytime temperatures in the hours before the truck arrived had topped 100 Fahrenheit (378 Celsius)Bradley made a brief appearance in federal court on Monday in San Antonio where he was charged with one count of transporting illegal immigrants – a felony for which he could face capital punishment if convicted because the crime resulted in deathsMore than 100 people were originally crammed into the stifling big-rig trailer Homan said But one of the survivors later told investigators that some managed to flee the scene before police arrived swarming out of the truck when the rear doors opened to be whisked away by six black sport utility vehicles waiting for them nearbySan Antonio Police Chief William McManus also said video footage showed several vehicles coming to pick up people who were inside the truck though Bradley according to court documents unsealed on Monday denied seeing any such vehiclesTwo of the survivors according to the criminal complaint recounted having been smuggled in small groups of immigrants across the Rio Grande River from Mexico to Texas where they were harbored in "stash houses" around the border town of Laredo before being rounded up into the tractor-trailer for the trip to San Antonio about 150 miles (240 km) to the north Describing desperate conditions inside the pitch-black interior of the truck without water or proper ventilation one survivor recalled people taking turns to gasp for fresh air through a hole in the trailer’s side Some passed out while others shouted and pounded on the walls of the truck to get the driver’s attention Their pleas went unanswered until arriving at the Walmart according to the accountOne survivor said about 70 people were already present when he climbed into the trailer with his group of nearly 30 Another estimated as many as 200 were aboard in totalBradley told investigators he did not know anyone was inside the truck until he parked near the store to use the bathroom and heard banging and shaking coming from the back according to the criminal complaintWhen the driver opened up the trailer he noticed "bodies just lying on the floor like meat" the complaint said Some 30 or 40 people got out and "scattered" Bradley told investigatorsAccording to the complaint Bradley told investigators he was hauling the trailer from Iowa to Brownsville Texas to deliver it to its new owner He said he had stopped in Laredo to get the vehicle washed before heading on to San AntonioAuthorities gave Bradley’s residence as Clearwater Florida But Darnisha Rose who lives in Louisville Kentucky and identified herself as his fiancee told Reuters Bradley was a 47-year trucking veteran who made his home in his rigRose described Bradley as a kind family man whom she met two years ago when he was hospitalized in Louisville for a toe amputation and she was the housekeeper for his room She said he recently had his right leg amputatedPublic defender Alfredo Villarreal one of two lawyers representing Bradley did not respond to a request for commentMexico’s foreign ministry said four of the 10 dead were Mexicans as were 21 of the 29 people hospitalized The Guatemalan government confirmed that one of its citizens was among the dead and two others had been found aliveCrossing the border illegally from Mexico has long been a dangerous proposition according the US Customs and Border Protection which has documented at least 7000 deaths among those making the trek since 1998In what is considered the worst illegal immigrant smuggling case in US history 19 people died after traveling in an 18-wheeler truck through Victoria Texas in 2003Health insurance exchanges for individuals and small businesses are required to be running in each state by 2014 If state governments do not establish them federal officials will step inGetting the job done as Democrats want will be tough When Gov Mark Dayton went in front of reporters Monday to announce an outline of a health insurance exchange he was backed by some fellow Democratic officials but no Republicans"Tea Party folks want nothing to do with this Period" Rep Tom Huntley DFL-Duluth saidAnother key health-care Democrat Sen Tony Lourey of Kerrick said he is working with Republicans on an exchange billLourey said that he understands Republican reluctance to work with a bill that implements an Obama administration policy"It’s really hard and I get that" Lourey saidSeveral calls to Republicans produced no reaction to Democrats’ commentsMinnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman called an exchange "a marketplace for individual and small businesses to purchase health care insurance"An exchange mostly would be an Internet site where Minnesotans could compare and enroll in private health insurance plans The exchange the state or federal government would not provide insuranceWhile much of the work would be done on line Rothman said agents still could be involved for those not comfortable with buying insurance on the WebDayton criticized Republicans who control the Legislature for not taking part in planning to begin exchanges "There is not a Democratic or Republican sickness" he saidHann said he never was invited to take part in the Dayton exchange task force Republican held their own meetings to discuss health care reformThe senator said a governor’s staffer said that Dayton would enact 98 percent of the exchange provisions even without legislative approval Dayton told reporters he could enact some provisionsRepublicans like Hann dislike what they call "Obamacare" and think court challenges will find it unconstitutionalLourey said Minnesota has a history of innovative health care and he does not want to take a chance on what the federal government could impose on the state"It is kinda what Minnesota has prided itself in doing . doing what is right for the state" he said Minnesota’s health care is different than many states Huntley said For instance few states have half of its doctors in large clinics like in Minnesota he said"Minnesota’s health care system is remarkably different than the rest of the country" he addedDon Davis reports for Forum Communications Co Grudinin says his farming complex pays its workers fairly, were just straight-up enemies. 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