In connection with the death of 39 people in a truck in Grays in London, there was a further arrest. The police informed in the County of Essex on Friday.
A 23-year-old man from Northern Ireland was arrested in the early hours of the morning on a motorway near Beaconsfield in the North-West of London, on suspicion of abetting human smuggling and illegal entry festival, it was said in the message.
On the 23. October had been discovered in a refrigerated truck, in Grays, in the County of Essex near London 39 corpses. Presumably, the 31 men and eight women were smuggled to the country. A ship had brought the Container previously from Belgium to England. Most of the victims came from Vietnam.
the driver of The truck has to answer for manslaughter in 39 cases. He is to appear next Monday in London before the court. In connection with the case, there had been three more arrests in the UK. Also in Ireland and Vietnam, several Suspects were arrested.
Since then there have been other cases where people get in refrigerated trucks have been discovered. Reports of deaths have not existed yet but. On Thursday evening, the police discovered ten suspected migrants in a lorry in Waltham Abbey near London. One of the men had been brought in with acute complaints to hospital for treatment, reported the Agency for PA on Friday morning. The driver was arrested.
Only hours earlier, 16 suspected migrants were in a sealed load-trailer truck on a ferry between France and Ireland discovered. They had been found during a routine inspection. The ship was on the way from Cherbourg in France to Rosslare in the South East of Ireland.
Created: 22.11.2019, 14:30 PM