Live from the Sea-Watch 2: Two days continuously in operation – Several deaths in the mission area

Live 7:00pm

We are still assisting the recovery of dead bodies that are meanwhile scattered in a wide area due to the wave movements.

Doctor Thomas Lenzen is giving a statement about the disastrous happenings of this mission day. (In German)
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Live 1:00pm

Our crew just reached the scenery of a capsized wooden boat with many people on board. Several are still in the water. Number of dead unknown.

The 120 rescued people are meanwhile having some rest on our deck.

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Live 11:30am: Untransparent conditions – Expecting a massive number of refugee boats

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First mission in the early morning

We are today anew facing untransparent conditions in operational area. We are again expecting a massive number of refugee boats.

After evacuating a rubber boat with 120 people aboard we are now heading towards next distress call.

Sea-Eye is reporting 7 more events.

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