The bus passing through the A2 motorway was stopped at the gates at the level of Stryków, north of Łódź. There were around 28 migrants in the vehicle, including women and a child. According to the spokeswoman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Border Guard, they were taken to refugee centers. A spokeswoman for the Commander of the Border Guard over the Vistula River, said they were sent to the Łódź branch of the Guard.
At the gates of the A2 motorway in Stryków (Łódź Voivodeship), a bus with migrants was stopped on Thursday. The incident was confirmed by Joanna Kącka from the Provincial Police Headquarters in Łódź. She stated that the officers received the notification in this case around 13.30.
Kącka reported that the police punished a Turkish citizen who transported 28 people in a Mercedes Sprinter car. A spokeswoman said there were nine women and one child in the group.
Other data was provided by the press officer of the Commander-in-Chief of the Border Guard, Anna Michalska. According to her information, there were ten women, 18 men and one child around the age of 13 in the car. However, she confirmed that the vehicle was driven by a Turkish citizen.
Michalska informed that the Border Guard is in the process of investigating the nationality of these people. They are probably Syrian citizens.
People from a detained Mercedes were transported to refugee centers. The spokeswoman did not inform which centers they had been transferred to. The spokeswoman for the Commander of the Vistula Border Guard Unit, Lieutenant of the Border Guard, Dagmara Bielec-Janas, informed that the group was located at the Border Guard facility in Łódź.