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Stowaways Suspected On Cargo Ship in NJ
A cargo ship from the Middle East is surrounded by the Customs and Border Patrol Agents, the FBI and police in New Jersey after reports of possible stowaways aboard.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports:
Ambulances and law enforcement officials meeting the Villa D’Aquarius, an 850-foot-long cargo ship, now docked at Port Newark after a routine Coast Guard inspection led officials to believe that people were inside a container.
The ship carrying machine parts began its voyage weeks ago in the United Arab Emirates making stops in Pakistan, India and Egypt before heading to America.