Migrant Tragedy
First News|November 01, 2019
THE bodies of 39 people, believed to be from Vietnam, were found dead inside a lorry (like the one pictured above) in Essex last week.
Dan Morgan

The 31 men and eight women are thought to have been migrants, but it is not known who they were or how exactly they came to be in the vehicle.

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