Approximately 1,100 African migrants rushed at a border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, injuring 50 Moroccan and five Spanish border officials, reports BBC.
Only two of the thousand or so migrants were successful in making it into the enclave, but both were injured while climbing a 20-foot fence. Both required medical treatment afterward.
The attack comes after more than 400 migrants were successful in getting into Ceuta last December.
The Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla are Europe's only land borders in Africa. Migrants try and make it into these areas in hopes of getting to Europe.
Most of them are caught and returned to Morocco. Even if they do make it in, the majority of them are repatriated or released.
Some online referenced Donald Trump's plan to build a border wall.
Ceuta is a popular tourist destination known for being multicultural.