The 17 – year – old Ivorian told the BBC the story of an incredible rescue operation after three weeks at sea with 59 people, of which only three survived.
A new one Emigration drama Played from the Canary Islands.
Achcha, a young man Ivorian A 17-year-old Spanish Air Force officer was rescued during a mission and saw a weak wave floating in the ocean amid the waves. Only three people on board were still alive. The condition of the three survivors was critical. They deviated for 22 days and became completely dehydrated.
Acha gave the BBC some details about the tragedy that followed the landing.
“After two days, there was no more water or food. On the fourth day there was no more gasoline.
The canoe was found at the mercy of the wind and currents. Many residents could no longer get up and demanded that they be given a drink.
“We took a shoe to give them seawater,” she continued.
At first they prayed but then they did not even have the strength to throw the bodies into the water. 56 people died on the plane. The boat rescued the three survivors and returned to Tenerife harbor with the bodies.
The young woman left the country last November to go to Mauritania. Only her older sister knows about her plans for a dangerous journey, the BBC adds.
Boats full of immigrants Regularly found in the sea. Thus, just three days ago, on May 13, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) declared at least 17 of them missing in the shipwreck and found their boat. From Tunisia.
A boat capsizes off the coast of Tunisia. 17 migrants are missing. There are two survivors. They left Libya, “said Flavio de Giacomo, a spokesman for the IOM Mediterranean Coordination Office.
A boat carrying 19 people crashed off the coast of Tunisia. The now 17 missing and 2 survivors are leaving Ishwara in Libya.
A boat capsizes off the coast of Tunisia.
17 migrants reported missing They had left Libya
– Flavio di Giacomo (lafladig) May 13, 2021
One of the biggest disasters since April 22 was when a boat capsized in the Mediterranean, exploding with 130 people on board.
Despite the help of the Ocean Vikings, who arrived very late, no survivors were found.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) announced on May 13 that search and rescue operations would resume in the central Mediterranean to rescue those trying to cross the sea to flee Libya. The organization recalls in this context that more than five hundred people have died in the region since the beginning of the year.
According to French culture, as of May 6, 120,000 people had reached land, sea, Spain, Italy, Greece, Malta and Cyprus from January 2020 to 2021.
The Channel and the North Sea do not rule out this phenomenon. On May 13, Belgian rescue workers informed the Gris-Ness Regional Operation Surveillance and Rescue Center (Cross) that migrants were having trouble getting their boat off the coast of Dunkirk. Eight castaways were quickly identified and maintained Marine area of La Manche and the North Sea, States that they are all safe and good.
Two days ago, Cross found 29 costaways from Malo-les-Baines’ bike. Fourteen people survived a similar operation that began on May 10.