He said the fact that they made it so close to landfall on that side of the island poses a great concern.
“It confirms some of our assumptions and some of the research we’ve been doing lately which is that the trends, the routes have been changing,” he said.
“We’ve been very effective closing off some of the routes in the central Bahamas but with then being more innovative, they’re taking longer, more dangerous routes coming around the ocean side in the north eastern part of the country which is what we’ve seen and this is evident of that right now.”
When our news team arrived at the RBDF’s East Bay Street Harbour Patrol Unit Facility, the immigrants were seen sitting in groups along the lawn waiting to be transported to the Carmichael Road Detention Centre for processing. via | The Bahamas Journal