Engine trouble lands 30 Cubans on Little Cayman

| 21/05/2013

(CNS): A group of Cuban refugees which includes several people who have landed and been deported from Cayman before has turned up in Little Cayman. The group of thirty migrants which includes one woman developed engine trouble near Cayman Brac this morning. However, the refuges pressed on after the weather cleared, stating that they were on their way to Honduras, but instead ended up in Little Cayman. It is not clear where the migrants are now but immigration officials say the group includes a number of repeat travellers, including one person who has been to the Cayman Islands three times previously.

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  1. WHAT !!!!!!! says:

    The New Government we VOTE for today will change that as we are seeking ways to save the country so this is one sure money waster one engine water in food way cheaper than taking care of them for a month or two hope they break out and go

  2. Anonymous says:

    One decent used boat engine is MUCH cheaper than housing and repatriating 30 migrants.  Just sayin'. 

  3. Anonymous says:

    After voting they will probably move on.