Kurdish migrant, 21, who survived the Channel tragedy that killed 27 couldn't SWIM but floated in freezing water due to lifejacket - as his family reveals he wants to try perilous crossing AGAIN | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Kurdish migrant, 21, who survived the Channel tragedy that killed 27 couldn't SWIM but floated in freezing water due to lifejacket - as his family reveals he wants to try perilous crossing AGAIN

A Kurdish migrant who couldn't swim survived the Channel tragedy that killed 27 people due to a lifejacket as he revealed to his family that he would attempt the crossing again.

Mohammed Shekha, 21, a shepherd from the Kurdish region of Iran, had been travelling to the UK to find a job to pay for younger sister Fatima's medical bills, which doctors told them would cost thousands of pounds.

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