Engine trouble lands migrants in East End

| 22/09/2022 | 1 Comment

(CNS): A boat carrying six men and one woman who were heading from Cuba to Honduras arrived in East End, off Morritts Tortuga Club at around 2:3am, Wednesday, 21 September after experiencing engine trouble, the Cayman Islands Customs and Border Control Service (CBC) has confirmed. This latest group of seven migrants disembarked the vessel and were processed yesterday in accordance with CBC’s established protocols. They join around 180 migrants currently in Grand Cayman awaiting repatriation or asylum.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    These folks need to keep going starting to be a problem here now committing crime and burglarizing people property and businesses.Bad enough we have our own to contend with now we got them too now doing this $#@% here and govt aiding and abetting this Shit now too!

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