UK: 39 dead bodies found in the truck at London
UK police discovered the bodies of 39 people in a truck vessel at an industrial territory to the east of London on Wednesday.
Policemen stated the truck was supposed to have come from Bulgaria and to have invaded Britain at Holyhead in Wales on Saturday. The motorist, a 25-year-old man from Northern Ireland, has been detained on suspicion of homicide, policemen stated.
“We are in the means of identifying the tools, nevertheless, I assume that this could be a lengthy manner,” stated Chief Superintendent Andrew Mariner.
“We have arrested the lorry driver in associate with the occurrence who remains in police custody as our inquiries remain.”
The emergency services stated the bodies were found in the container at Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays, found by the River Thames about 20 miles from central London.
The 39 victims, 38 adults, and one teenager were all declared dead at the scene.
“Such heartbreaking news on the loss of life,” Brandon Lewis, a junior interior minister announced on Twitter. “Thoughts are with martyrs, their families & mates. Police are working to ensure those accountable are brought to justice.”