Three citizens who were in danger of drowning at sea, as a result of the big waves and bad weather, were rescued this morning by the Border Police and the Coast Guard. Authorities are also pursuing an intensive search at sea to find a woman suspected of drowning.

It is learned that members of a family had gone fishing with a small floating vessel, which sank due to bad weather.

" As a result of the joint operation of the Border Police and the Coast Guard and assistance from a random tourist vessel, it became possible to rescue the citizens RR, FR and AR, while the citizen MR has not been found yet", - it is said in the statement of police.

The rescued people were taken to Jale, where the ambulance of the Himara health center, notified by the Border Police, was waiting for them and they are in the hospital, out of danger for life.

Notification from Himara Police

Border Police and Coast Guard rescue three citizens who risked drowning at sea, who had gone fishing with a small boat, which sank.

Intensive search continues at sea to find a citizen who was on board this vessel, which is suspected to have drowned.

Dhërmi Border Police Services have received a call that a boat has gone out to sea for fishing and as a result of the big waves and bad weather, the people on board were in danger of drowning.

The Border Police Services came out with the vessel immediately in the direction of the given address and also notified the Coast Guard for help.

As a result of the joint operation of the Border Police and the Coast Guard and assistance from a random tourist craft, it became possible to rescue citizens RR, FR and AR, while citizen MR has not yet been found. Intensive searches continue with the vessels of the Border Police and the Coast Guard.

The rescued people were taken to Jale, where the ambulance of the Himara health center, notified by the Border Police, was waiting for them, and they are in the hospital, out of danger for life.