Haitian Migrants Who Fled To Jamaica Repatriated


CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Weds. Mar. 31, 2010: The 62 Haitian migrants who arrived in Jamaica last week have been sent packing.

Police Inspector Steve Brown said Tuesday that the migrants, including three men who allegedly escaped from Haiti`s prison following the devastating January 12th earthquake, left for Port-au-Prince aboard a Jamaican Defense Force boat.

Jamaican officials said they could not afford to let them stay. The group included 48 men, eight women and six children. Three of the migrants had been hospitalized with dehydration and high fever.


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