Jan 31 2009
Twenty males, 8 females, and 3 children landed on the southern most
point of the nuclear facility.
The Cubans waited on the bank of one of the cooling canals to be
transported to the Pembroke Pines Border Patrol Station.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said all of the Cubans appear to be in good health.
According to Border Patrol, Cuban landings were down in 2008. Only
around 2900 came ashore in 2008, compared to over 4000 in 2007.
There is no word on whether authorities were able to find the boat that
transported the Cubans to the U.S.
Authorities are now looking into how the Cubans were able to get so
close to the "secure" nuclear facility.