There are 13 immigrants who traveled in two places on the Melilla coast

Up to 13 immigrants died on Monday, while 93 were rescued alive on the Melilla coast for Maritime Salvage when they were on board a small boat to the peninsula. According to a spokesman for the Spanish government delegation in Melilla, two boats were rescued, one 12 miles from the island of Alborán and the other about 18 miles northeast of Cabo Tres Forcas.

For example, 80 sub-Saharan immigrants (75 men and 5 women) in the port of Melilla, transferred to CETI, made it available to the National Police, while nine bodies, all men, were rescued. Despite the attempts to revitalize four of the immigrants who have arrived, they all died, so the total number of deaths has increased to 13.