Friday, June 15, 2018

Spanish rescuers save 56 migrants, bring to mainland

Spanish rescuers saving  migrants
Spanish rescue teams on Friday brought a group of 56 migrants to the mainland having picked them up from a small boat off the coast of Motril.

Among those rescued some 17 nautical miles off the coast by members of the Civil Guard and Maritime Safety Agency were six women and two young children.

The boat on which the migrants were found was first spotted by a vessel flying a French flag, and intercepted shortly after midnight by a Civil Guard patrol ship.

Those rescued were taken to the port of Motril, where they were tended by Red Cross personnel and National Police agents, and found to be in good health.

The group was the second to arrive at that port in recent hours, with a total of 110 people _ among them 17 women and four minors _ having landed there.

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