Over 20 migrants from Cuba came ashore early Tuesday morning near a marina in Key Biscayne, officials said.
The migrants landed around 5 a.m. near the Crandon Park Marina, located at 4000 Crandon Boulevard.
U.S. Border Patrol officials confirmed 25 migrants came ashore during the maritime smuggling event.
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Among the group were 17 men, six women and two accompanied children.
The migrants came from Cuba, with one man telling NBC 6 that he was from Cardenas and had family in Miami.
All of the migrants were taken into federal custody.
Officials said one woman had to be taken to a local hospital to be treated for dehydration.
The vessel involved hasn't been found, officials said.