7 illegal immigrants missing, 6 rescued after boat sinks in Pontian | New Straits Times

#NSTnation Another six illegal immigrants were rescued in the 10am incident that took place at a location three nautical miles from Pontian Besar beach.

Boat, İllegal İmmigrants

18/1/2022 10:46:00 AM

NSTnation Another six illegal immigrants were rescued in the 10am incident that took place at a location three nautical miles from Pontian Besar beach.

PONTIAN: Seven illegal immigrants are missing when the boat they were travelling in sank after it was hit by strong waves in Pontian waters this morning.

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