2 Dead Bodies And $72M In Cocaine Found In Boat Floating Off Coast

MAYAGUEZ, PUERTO RICO - APRIL 24: Supervisory U.S. Border Patrol agent Xavier Morales scans the horizon as he rides in the patrol boat April 24, 2004 near Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. A record number of migrants from the Dominican Republic are trying to illegally enter the United States through Puerto Rico. The total number of unlawful migrants attempting to enter Puerto Rico during the 2004 fiscal year is 5,756 as apposed to a total of 3, 477 for all of the 2003 fiscal year. Due to a sagging economy, rising cost of living and high unemployment people are fleeing the Dominican Republic in search of a better life. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
  • A narco submarine containing an astonishing £72 million of cocaine and two dead bodies has been discovered off Colombia.
  • The Colombian Navy seized the 49ft-long vessel – which had more than 2.6 tons of cocaine on board – in the Pacific Ocean.
  • When searching the submarine on Sunday, authorities also found two survivors who were given life-saving medical attention on a nearby ship.
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