Illegal Aliens Storm Florida Beach After Boat Capsizes Near Miami

Border Hawk

Nov 19, 2023

Department of Homeland Security

More than a dozen illegal aliens were apprehended after their boat capsized near a beach in South Florida this week, authorities say.

The incident unfolded during the early hours of Tuesday morning near Sunny Isles Beach, located just north of Miami Beach.

Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations (CBP AMO) agents encountered a vessel without lights on approaching the shore.

When agents intercepted the craft, passengers began jumping into the water and attempting to flee.

“AMO agents quickly worked to assist all, and successfully rescued eleven suspected migrants. The migrant vessel capsized, and one person became entangled underneath it, requiring an AMO agent to enter the water to assist,” CBP explained in a press release.

“After freeing the subject and pulling him onboard, AMO agents found him to be unresponsive. CPR was immediately administered, and after approximately 15 minutes, the victim was resuscitated.”

The injured illegal alien was airlifted to a local hospital by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.

In addition to a dozen migrants who were rescued, three more reached shore and were apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol.

Eleven uninjured illegals who were pulled from the water were transferred to custody of the U.S. Coast Guard for repatriation.

In the days prior to the Sunny Isles Beach bust, Coast Guard crews participated in stopping multiple illegal migration attempts in U.S. waters.

On November 10, a boat carrying dozens of migrants capsized near Key Colony Beach, Florida.

Multiple agencies worked together to rescue 34 foreign citizens from the ocean.

On November 12, an “overloaded makeshift vessel” was intercepted in the Mona Passage near Puerto Rico.

“Once on scene, the cutter Joseph Napier crew launched the cutter’s Over the Horizon boat in which the boat crew faced eight-foot seas, and occasional 12-foot swells, while embarking the migrants,” the Coast Guard explained in a press release.

“Thirty-four of the repatriated migrants claimed to be Dominican Republic nationals, 26 men, seven women, while one woman claimed to be Haitian.”

The migrants were all returned to the Dominican Republic.

Infowars has reported regularly on the surge of illegal migration in waters around Florida and U.S. islands.