By Alex Glenn • 07 January 2021 • 11:15
Credit: Salvamento Maritimo Twitter
48 people were rescued from the Alboran Sea including two children.
On Tuesday a boat left the Moroccan coast from the Melilla area and after an alert was raised the Salvamento Marítimo set out to rescue the people. According to sources of Europa Press forty-eight people were rescued.
The Sasemar 305 plane spotted the boat at around 6 pm and the Salvamar Gienah boat rescued 39 men, two children and seven women from the Alboran sea. All 48 people were taken to Granada’s Motril Port.
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