태평양에서표류하던 어선의 멕시코 어부 세 명이90일만에 구조돼 25일 멕시코 시티에 도착했습니다.
헤수스, 비다나, 로페스 등 어부 세명은 다른 어부 두 명과 함께 상어잡이 어선을 타고 나갔다가 연료가 떨어져 표류하게 됐었다면서 어부 두 명은 죽고 자신들은 날 생선과 새들을 잡아 먹으며 빗물을 마시고 연명했다고 말했습니다.
이들은 타이완 어선에 의해 구조됐습니다.
Three Mexican fishermen rescued after nine months adrift in the Pacific Ocean are back in their home country.
The men (Salvador Ordonez, Jesus Vidana Lopez and Lucio Rendon) arrived in Mexico City early today (Friday) on a flight from Los Angeles.
The Associated Press reports that the men are scheduled to fly home to their families later today (Friday).
Their arrival brings an end to an odyssey that began last October. After setting out from their home port (San Blas) on a shark fishing expedition, the men say they ran out of fuel and began drifting helplessly.
They say that two other companions died at sea. The survivors said they stayed alive by eating raw fish and birds and drinking rainwater.
A Taiwanese fishing boat rescued them two weeks ago.
The men have denied allegations that they were involved in drug-trafficking. They also have disputed speculation in the Mexican media that they resorted to cannibalism after their colleagues died.