Spain rescues 55 sub-Saharan migrants crossing Mediterranean


MADRID – Spain’s maritime rescue service claims it has rescued 55 migrants from the boat where they ended up wanting to cross the Mediterranean Sea.

The service suggests a non-governmental organization warned authorities on Tuesday in regards to the boat with fifty three adult males and two girls on board.

A rescue plane along with a vessel were dispatched as well as migrants were pulled through the boat thirteen miles (twenty kilometers) southwest of Alboran Island, which lies midway concerning the coasts of northern Africa and southern Spain.

The service states the migrants, all from sub-Saharan nations around the world, are in excellent wellness.

Many refugees and economic migrants endeavor the perilous sea crossing from Africa in hopes of achieving European shores every year. Human traffickers normally pack them into modest boats unfit for your open up waters.