Agents of the Civil Guard command of Almería have helped two people who traveled hidden between the olive burden of a truck landed by the ship J.J. Sister, from Natoria (Morocco).
After its location, the civil guards have served these people who traveled their integrity, subsequently delivered for their identification.
As long as the Civil Guard has detailed, during the first semester of the year, 39 people have been helped in actions where it is to highlight the outstanding participation of the aforementioned body and that they have located these people with symptoms of exhaustion and dehydration Due to the conditions in which they performed the journey.
In this sense, they have emphasized that this work of detection and a relief of pozing is carried out by the agents of the Almería Civil Guard throughout the year, although the incidence of the health crisis by Covid 19 has caused a decline in this Type of aid by reducing the number of boats.
In the past 2020, 38 people have been helped between them two minors, according to the data provided.
A total of 118 immigrants have reached the coasts of the Canarian archipelago in recent hours, as reported by the Emergency Coordinating and Safety Center of the 112 of the Canary Islands.
Specifically, some 39 immigrants reached the coast of the grace for their own means during the morning of this Friday, where they were assisted by the healthcare device.
Also on the afternoon of the Maritime Salvation Thursday he had to rescue another 79 people who were aboard a pad south of the island of Gran Canaria.
Subsequently, he moved them to the port of Arguineguín, in Mogan, where they were valued by the sanitary device, having to specify ten of these people transfer to the hospital.Updated Date: 13 August 2021, 03:42