Third Body Recovered from Sunken Migrant Vessel Near Mykonos

ATHENS – Following the tragic sinking of a migrant vessel northeast of the island of Mykonos, a third lifeless body has been retrieved from the sea. The latest reports indicate that the speedboat carried a total of 17 individuals, including 4-5 women and a seven-year-old girl, based on the accounts of the two survivors found thus far.

Earlier, the bodies of a man and a woman were also discovered.

A comprehensive search-and-rescue operation is underway, involving two coast guard boats, a super puma helicopter, and land vehicles. Additional support is anticipated with the imminent arrival of a team of divers and an offshore patrol vessel to join the operation.


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