BOSTON — Dozens of migrants could be seen sleeping inside a Logan Airport terminal on Thursday night amid an ongoing shelter crisis in the Commonwealth.
At Terminal E, families could be seen sprawled out on the floor with blankets and their belongings, seemingly with nowhere to go.
Gov. Maura Healey renewed her call for federal assistance with the growing number of migrants seeking shelter in Massachusetts
The governor said the state is doing everything possible to find more shelter space and permanent housing, adding the state has processed 3,000 migrants for work authorizations.