A total of 159 people of sub-Saharan origin, of them 27 women and 9 children, who were traveling in three boats, have been moved tonight to the port of Motril (Granada) by effective Maritime Rescue Officers after being rescued in the vicinity of the Alboran island.
As reported by Efe Maritime Rescue sources, immigrants traveling in three boats were located south of the Almeria coast by the Air Force aircraft "Rescue 32" and later rescued by Salvamar Hamal that has transferred them to the port of Motril where they arrived after three in the morning.
Immigrants have been treated on arrival at the Motrilian dock by the Red Cross, which has provided them with first healthcare and food.
According to Efe sources of the humanitarian organization, most of the migrants presented a good state of health. Only a few women who are pregnant have required special attention, as well as some of them who had physical problems caused by dizziness, possibly due to the trip itself, which is why they have had to be treated in the infirmary that the humanitarian organization has in the hospital. port.
Afterwards, the migrants have been placed at the disposition of the National Police, which will distribute them throughout the night between the two Temporary Care Centers for Migrants (CATE) that is available in the port dock itself.