Officials said in a press release that they believe the child was a 7-year-old citizen of India who was traveling with four others.
The body of a seven-year-old Indian girl was found in the deserts of Arizona after police conducted a search operation on a tip-off by two female illegals immigrants who were detained by the authorities.
Temperatures in the rugged wilderness where agents found her remains on Wednesday hovered around 42 degrees Celsius. They are among thousands of Africans and Asian migrants making the arduous journey, led by smuggling cartels.
"Once they went to look for water they never saw them again", said U.S. Border Patrol Agent Jesus Vasavilbaso.
The patrol agents got the information after encountering two women from India, who explained how they came to the USA and that three others, a woman and two children, got separated from them hours earlier, the United States agency said in a statement.
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Gurupreet Kaur's death was the second fatality of a migrant child this year in the Arizona desert.
Agents used helicopters to search for the people she'd been travelling with and found footprints indicating they returned to Mexico.
The deceased girl died of hyperthermia and her death was ruled an accident, said Greg Hess, PCOME Chief Medical Officer.
Agents from the Tucson Sector came across the two women who claimed to have been separated from another woman and two children.
Human rights activist Juanita Molina said USA border security measures were also partly to blame, along with the exhausted state of Indian child migrants once they reach the border. It recorded 127 deaths in 2018.
According to authorities, the unidentified girl "was trying to cross into the United States with a group of people from her country".