Wednesday, December 07, 2022

Look for the suspended wreck rafters near the Florida Keys


United States Coast Guard (USCG) has suspended searches for Cuban rafters whose boat capsized off the Florida Keys last week.

This was announced via a tweet published on October 2, where he warned that he would give more details.

on 28 September, when Hurricane Ian Approaching the southwest coast of Florida, the USCG ran into four Cuban rafters who swam to a beach, following the boat in which they were traveling with 23 others.

US Coast Guard Officer Rescue of migrants begins And they searched for a long time in the sea and in the coastal areas.

On September 28, he rescued three people in water about two miles off Boca Chica. The next day they confirmed a total of 27 migrants 9 were safe And continued the search for 18 people.

On 30 September he confirmed first body discovery At sea, near Ocean’s Edge Marina. The same day he reported the rescue another corpse Near Boca Chica Channel.

On 1 October he reported the discovery of three other bodiesWith which the number of dead bodies recovered in the sea increased to five and four corresponded to women and one man.

Cuban rafters trying to enter US territory illegally repatriated to CubaIn most cases.

One of the most recent raft return operations occurred on 30 September, when the Coast Guard Reliance sent 120 migrants home During the passage of Hurricane Ian washed ashore in Florida.

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