Two undocumented immigrants who were taken to a Nogales hospital on April 21 following a raid on their encampment by Border Patrol said they couldn't recall how they received their injuries.

According to the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's office, Ernesto Lopez Reyes, 18, and Hugo Sanperio-Cruz, 20, both from Mexico, told deputies that they crossed illegally into the U.S. the day before the incident at about 7 p.m. After walking for a while, the men fell asleep near Washington Camp, east of Nogales in the Patagonia Mountains, alongside a group of approximately a dozen other undocumented immigrants.

"The only thing they remember is that they were sleeping and Border Patrol agents came upon them and they ran and ended up falling in the darkness," said sheriff's spokesman Lt. Raoul Rodriguez, who described the terrain where the men fell as a "rocky slope."

At approximately 4:34 a.m., someone from Carondolet Holy Cross Hospital called sheriff's dispatch to report two victims who claimed to have been assaulted, and deputies went to the hospital and interviewed the two men.

However, Rodriguez said, "According to the report, neither individual remembers what happened."