Immigrant Child Enters Spain By Hanging Under A Bus For Over 140 Miles

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A child was found under a bus in Seville, Spain, after hanging there for more than 140 miles in order to enter the country illegally from Morocco, according to Seville police.

A Seville emergency update account tweeted footage of the child being escorted by police officers to receive medical treatment Monday morning. His shirt and shorts were completely covered in dirt.

The bus was coming from Tangier, Morocco and stopped in Seville, Spain, where first responders came to the scene.

“The bus arrived in Seville, and when the driver was going to let the passengers out, he noted something strange. He called the police and firefighters, and they found the boy who was holding onto the bottom of the bus,” A police spokesman told The Inquirer.

The bus ride is almost four hours, according to Google Maps:

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