Coastal tanker with 190 immigrants grounds in Cyclades, no injuries

Mar 19 2020

A coastal tanker with 190 immigrants, mainly young men and 3 crew, ran aground on the island of Kea in the Greek Cyclades on the morning of March 16.

The vessel had sailed from Canakkale, Northwest Turkey, thought to be heading for Italy.

The immigrants were taken onshore and given shelter, and the 3 crew were considered suspects in human trafficking, according to a Fleetmon report.

Fleetmon report

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