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Migrant crossings dropped significantly two days after Title 42 was lifted, but the humanitarian crisis is growing. Asylum seekers are camping out in harsh conditions, hoping to gain entry. NBC News’ Guad Venegas catches up with migrants after they’ve been released from processing centers.