The 112 migrants who were rescued by Salvamento Marítimo this Saturday afternoon when traveling in two small boats some 35 miles from Gran Tarajal (Fuerteventura) finally arrived at the port late yesterday.
This was reported by the Red Cross this Sunday, which adds that all of them were in good condition and that no transfers had to be made to any hospital.
For their part, Maritime Rescue sources have explained to Europa Press that after receiving the notice of the two irregular vessels, the Las Palmas Rescue Center activated the Sasemar 103 plane and the Salvamar Nízar.
In this way, the aerial resource located the boats so that Salvamar could come, which rescued the 112 occupants, among whom there are five women and a girl.
With them on board, the Nízar has set course for the Gran Tarajal Pier (Fuerteventura), where it arrived late yesterday afternoon on Saturday.
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