Rescuers Pull 394 Migrants From Dangerously Overcrowded Boat


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On Sunday, Aug 1, there were two rescue ships(humanitarian) and there was dangerous overcrowding, there was a wooden boat too.

The operation lasted about six hours, in Tunisian waters, the German and French NGO ships Sea-Watch 3 were also rescued.

Many facilities including oil and other ships and the support were given by German NGO ResQ ship later. The assumption and the command of operation by Sea Watch 3 which took 141 of the survivors while Ocean viking took the rest.

With migrants on deck and inside the hull,things were not clear and if there were any deaths or injuries among. Migrants were fully crammed,the ones who were in the wooden boats.

It was said, The engines were not working and the craft was taking in water. There were some  parts of Europe which are increased in recent months  and the condition of weather have also europe,this has become a better place.

There were more than 1100 people fleeing conflict and the talk with the U.N. affilated. Some migrants were there which were mainly from Morocco, Bangladesh,Egypt. They tried a lot to swim to Sea Watch 3 and many of the migrants were seen off  jumping.

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