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Polish driver finds 12 migrants in truck in Belgium

31.10.2019 13:00
A Polish driver found 12 migrants alive in his parked truck in Belgium on Wednesday, the Reuters news agency has reported.
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The driver, who was transporting fruit and vegetables, called police after he found 12 adult men - 11 Syrians and one of Sudanese origin, all in good health - in the truck, according to Reuters.

Last week, 39 migrants were found dead in a refrigerated truck in Britain after crossing from the Belgian port of Zeebrugge, Reuters reported.

According to Reuters, migrants sometimes choose refrigerated trucks to cross borders because their construction makes it more difficult for dogs and heat scanners at checkpoints to detect stowaways.

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Source: Reuters