Man dies after dinghy carrying 30 migrants capsizes in English Channel

Man dies after dinghy carrying 30 migrants capsizes in English Channel

Man dies after dinghy carrying 30 migrants capsizes in English Channel A man has died after a dinghy capsized in the English Channel, while the remaining 30 passengers were rescued, French authorities said. Key points: - The young Sudanese man died from hypothermia - Human traffickers often overload the dinghies - The number of people who capsized in the Calais region more than tripled last year A coast guard vessel reached the dinghy, which had set off from a beach near Calais, northern France, in the middle of the night on Friday. One of the migrants, a young man from Sudan, was found dead in the water, according to local Deputy Prefect Frederic Sampson. The man died from hypothermia, amid temperatures between -1 and -3 degrees Celsius on the open …
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