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Essex, the investigations on the 39 migrants of vietnamese dead in the truck fridge to hypoxia and hyperthermia
the LONDON (AsiaNews/Agencies) – The 39 migrants vietnamese, were found dead on the 23rd of October last, in a trailer, refrigerated, in the county of Essex (east of London) - you learn from Asianews - have lost their lives due to lack of oxygen and overheating. This was made known by the british police, citing preliminary results of autopsies. “All the postmortem examinations have been completed and we await the final reports for all the victims,” say the authorities in a note. “At the moment – it reads in the document – we believe that the cause of death to be a combination of hypoxia (lack of oxygen), and hyperthermia (overheating) in an enclosed space”. The police of Essex also refers to having made two other arrests in connection to the case.

There are those who have crucial information useful to the investigation. The truck fridge to the centre of the tragedy, had entered the United Kingdom on board a ferry coming from Belgium. The scrutiny of the investigators there are two trips similar to the one in which they found the death of the 39 vietnamese, age between 11 and 18 October 2019. “We believe that the large trucks have been used to facilitate the illegal entry of people in the Country through the port of Purfleet (in Essex). We are convinced that anyone who had knowledge of trafficking has crucial information to help our investigation.”

The two north irish accused of manslaughter. Three days ago, in Northern Ireland, a 22-year-old has been arrested on a charge of manslaughter, and aiding and abetting of illegal immigration. In the meantime, Gheorghe Nica, the 43-year-old of Essex, was stopped at the Frankfurt airport on the 29th of January, thanks to a european arrest warrant. The man is accused of the manslaughter of 39 people. The driver of the truck, Maurice Robinson, 25, from Craigavon (a settlement in north county Armagh, Northern Ireland) is awaiting trial for the same number of charges of manslaughter. In a hearing last November, the young man admitted he conspired to encourage illegal immigration. A second truck driver northern irish, the 23-year-old Eamonn Harrison, will be extradited from the Republic of Ireland this week.

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