Migrants found hidden in car and suitcase
Police arrested two Moroccans who tried to smuggle immigrants into the Spanish enclave of Ceuta in North Africa – and are hidden in a single car in the bag.
When police checked the car on Monday found one person hidden in the dashboard and another in the back seat hollow.
He received a man and a woman, believed to be Guinea, and first aid, as they have a little air to breathe.
Separately, it was found hidden in a young African women’s bag.
This incident took place in December December 30 and again the man – believed to be from Gabon – need urgent medical attention.
The Moroccan woman at the age of 22-year-old tried to smuggle it into Ceuta, but customs officials ordered her to open the case, which has been linked to a vehicle.
African migrants hiding in the dashboard car, January 2, 17 (Spanish Civil Guard photo)
These events coincided with a collective attempt to sub-Saharan Africans to break into the fence 6M (20FT) border separating Ceuta from Morocco.
Fifty-five of the Moroccan and Spanish border guards and wounded when he tried to 1100 immigrants to get on the fence on Sunday.
Whatever was able to get through, but two people were injured climbing the fence and were taken to hospital in Ceuta. He said one of the guards, officials lost an eye.