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Husband who lost his wife’s GPS signal while crossing the channel fears the worst

The husband talked about the fear of having a wife among the 27 who died while trying to cross the English Channel.

the man Told the Daily Telegraph He said he was following the movement of his spouse, Mariam Nuri, during her boats’n Float when her GPS signals were suddenly cut off.

“I’m in a very bad condition,” he said.

The newspaper reported that the man was a Kurdish immigrant living in the United Kingdom, who did not want to be named, but is known as Baran and is from Ranya in northern Iraq.

Mrs. Nuri, an Iraqi-Kurdish, was about to join him in England.

He said with tears. “She is not in the UK, that is, she is dead. It is very sad for me and for everyone.

“I was in constant contact with my wife and was tracking my wife’s live GPS.

“I think they were in the middle of the sea, four hours and eighteen minutes after she got on the boat, and I lost her.”

He said he was talking to his wife on the phone before her signal went out, and she told him that her dinghy was crowded with about 30 people.

They included other Kurdish women, one of whom was a girl about nine years old, including Afghan citizens.

A man who heard that the ship had overturned in the waters off France called the trafficker who organized the intersection, but said he could not contact the people on board.

Wednesday’s tragedy killed 17 men, 7 women (including pregnant women) and 3 children, officials said.

The joint search and rescue operation by French and British authorities, which began after the fishing vessel found the people of the sea, was stopped late Wednesday.

French authorities have arrested five suspected traffickers in connection with the case.

The Strait of Dover is the busiest route in the world, and many died trying to reach Britain in an inflatable dinghy.

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Husband who lost his wife's GPS signal while crossing the channel fears the worst

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