Refugee is found in the glove box of the car in a desperate attempt to sneak Europe through Spain
- Shocking photos show a man in his twenties who has been pressed behind a car dashboard
- The migrant tried to get to the North African enclave of Spain, Melilla
- According to officers, three vehicles stopped in the three-hour space yesterday
- Another stowaway was found in an engine room and a third under seats
These amazing images show how desperate migrants must enter Europe.
They record the moment when border police found a man in his twenties who was behind a car dashboard and tried to enter the Spanish North African enclave of Melilla.
According to officers, three vehicles in Beni-Enzar, Morocco, stopped in the three-hour space on Saturday.
Amazing images made migrants crawl into the body of the car to enter Europe. (Photo) A man in his twenties squeezes behind a car dashboard. He was found by officers in Beni-Enzar, Morocco, and tried to cross the North African enclave of Spain, Melilla
Another man was trapped in an engine compartment. Police said they stopped three cars within three hours on Saturday
Shocking photos also showed a stowage hidden in an engine compartment
Border police said they found another illegal migrant in the back seat of a car and a fourth in a dangerous position in a dump truck, where they were in danger of being crushed.
The migrants, including a 15-year-old girl, were rescued from their stuffy environment and two of the men aged 20 and 21 had to undergo medical treatment.
Border police said they showed signs of suffocation, disorientation and joint pain due to the & # 39; terrible conditions & # 39; in which they traveled.
Three men, all Moroccans and 19, 30 and 31 years old, have been arrested on suspicion of human trafficking.
Another man was found wrapped in a car dashboard (pictured). Police said two men aged 20 and 21 needed medical treatment because they showed signs of suffocation, disorientation, and joint pain.
They have each driven Moroccan registered cars of different brands.
It follows other shocking attempts to cross Melilla.
In January, two men were sewn in mattresses, while a 12-year-old boy was discovered behind a dashboard in 2017.
In January, two men were sewn in mattresses trying to enter Morocco from Morocco
The border fence on the Paseo del Dique Sur between Morocco and the North African enclave in Spain
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