Spanish rescuers spent Sunday night in Morocco looking for African migrants who are presumed missing and possibly dead after their boat capsized on its way to Spain. As of now eight people have already been found dead in the ocean.
There were 42 potentially illegal immigrants onboard the inflatable dinghy that collapsed sometime in the early dawn hours of Saturday near the coastal city of Perejeil. The Spanish Red Cross fears that there may have been up to 60 migrants on the boat.
11 survivors have been found as of Sunday night who will face charges in Tangiers. Seven are recovered and four are still in the hospital.
Sunday night the search for survivors was cancelled when it was deemed unlikely any more would be found.