The US Coast Guard said Sunday that it worked with a cruise ship to rescue 23 people for days in the Gulf of Mexico
A Coast Guard said a news statement 22 Cubans began traveling on a wooden boat from Cuba to Mexico before entering power and drying three days. They were taken aboard by a Cuban Mexican man, but then his engines were dysfunctional and the group moved another three days.
The Coast Guard said that a brother of the Cube contacted the Sunday soon. In addition to launching his own attempt to launch the disabled fishing boat, the Fantasy Coast Guard sent the Carnival to know
The cruise ship brought the 23 people on board within an hour, about 130 miles sea out from the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexican
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The statement said that two of the people rescued had minor medical issues and were dealt with by medical staff on the cruise ship. He also said that the 23 people would be transferred Tuesday to the United States Customs and Investigative Services of the Border Guard and Coast Guard in Mobile, Alabama.