The following Spanish news video reports on the continuing flow of record numbers of African “refugees” into the Canary Islands.
|00:02||Arrivals of launches in the Canary Islands were very numerous this Saturday.|
|00:06||1,100 immigrants arrived in the Islands, one of them dead.|
|00:11||It’s the highest number in a single day since the crisis of the canoes in 2006 and 2007.|
|00:17||More than 600 immigrants made their way in 16 boats|
|00:22||to Gran Canaria, almost 300 to Tenerife, 150 to El Hierro,|
|00:27||and 23 to La Gomera. Several launches were sighted|
|00:31||by maritime rescue since the early morning south of Gran Canaria.|
|00:34||The immigrants were transferred to the dock at Arguineguin|
|00:38||and treated by emergency services.|
|00:42||More boats were rescued during the day in waters near Gran Canaria|
|00:46||and Tenerife. New groups of immigrants were|
|00:50||treated and transferred to the port. Another group|
|00:54||arrived at El Hierro and one canoe at La Gomera.