The U.S. Coast Gatekeeper has taken out in excess of 300 Cuban travelers from a far off island public park off the Florida coast. Country Security authorities said 337 travelers were taken Thursday by Coast Watchman shaper from Dry Tortugas Public Park on a 70-mile excursion to Key West, where they will be handled.
They’re among in excess of 700 travelers, generally Cubans, who showed up in Florida by boats over the New Year’s weekend. In excess of 4,400 Cubans and Haitians have shown up in Florida since August in the midst of developing and intensifying political and monetary emergencies in the two nations. Very nearly 8,000 were halted adrift and gotten back to their countries. 65 extra are known to have passed on adrift.