4 migrants squeezed in rear seats, car hood to escape from Morocco

Some drivers can be so constructive to device a means and smuggle migrants, once it will enrich his bank account. One would wonder how the ages ranging from 15 to 20 squeezed in a rear seat and car hood for a couple of hours.

In Beni-Enzar, customs agents found 4 migrants, including a 15-year-old girl, were found hidden in vehicles trying to leave Morocco, according to the reports of Civil Guard.

According to Metro, three vehicles were intercepted at the Beni-Enzar customs office in just three hours between 9 am and noon. Inside the cars, officials found the teenager and two other men, who are between 20 and 21 years old.

4 migrants squeezed in rear seats, car hood to escape from Morocco
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One of them was hidden behind the rear seats and the other two were in the dashboard. Two of the three had to be stabilized by doctors after suffering symptoms of asphyxiation, disorientation and generalized joint pain due to the way they squeezed them.

4 migrants squeezed in rear seats, car hood to escape from Morocco
©Guardia Civil

Two people were found inside the dashboard, while some people had to be treated by doctors. They were discovered in Beni-Enzar and Melilla

4 migrants squeezed in rear seats, car hood to escape from Morocco
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A fourth truck was then searched in the Spanish port of Melilla and the authorities found a 20-year-old man at the base of the vehicle. He had to be helped out of the truck because of the dangerous nature of his hiding place. It was thought that the man had “benefited” from the driver’s carelessness to get to the scene.

4 migrants squeezed in rear seats, car hood to escape from Morocco
©Guardia Civil
4 migrants squeezed in rear seats, car hood to escape from Morocco
©Guardia Civil

The Civil Guard said the drivers of the intercepted cars, all of which are registered in Morocco, have been arrested and are going to court. They are described as being all men, of Moroccan nationality, aged 19, 30 and 31 years.

None of them has links to the city of Melilla.

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