太惨了,死的39人全是中国人

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    当然不容易,但有可能,比如万一有人听到呼救信号,或者声音。
     
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    几乎肯定都是越南人。据说越南帮和福清帮不能混合的。
     
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    3辆车100多越南人去英国 2辆已到达 有人持伪造中国护照

    不管是哪国人,还是感到悲哀。希望严惩组织非法偷渡的蛇头。
    他们大概还没有法的概念,他们也许视蛇头为上天派来救他们出苦海的福星,你和他们说蛇头骗人,他们也许会和你拼命。你要帮他们走合法途径移民,等着蛇头收拾吧。
    认人不清,能怎么办?如果没出事,他们也许会是下一批蛇头。
     
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    问个问题,请指教。美加新澳是移民国家,英国是非移民国家,那这些人到加拿大是不是可以申请庇护留下来,就不用用这么危险的方式来了?
     
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    The 39 migrants who died after being locked in a freezing container en-route to the UK left 'bloody handprints' on the inside of the doors and walls of the 'coffin' where their bodies were found, it was revealed last night.

    It is grim evidence of the victims' desperate final moments while locked inside the container that was loaded onto a ferry in Zeebrugge in Belgium in a people smuggling operation, before the shocking discovery at an Essex port on Wednesday.

    Sources have now claimed that the migrants, six of whom were thought to have been Vietnamese, were naked or had minimal clothing when they were found in the container on Wednesday in Purfleet, Essex.

    It is also believed that the Vietnamese migrants are all from the Can Loc district in northern Vietnam and had been 'banging on the doors' for help and had 'foam coming from their mouths' when found.

    The latest revelation comes as a 48-year-old man from Northern Ireland was arrested at Stansted Airport on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and suspicion of manslaughter.

    Vietnamese woman Pham Thi Tra My sent her mother a series of harrowing messages telling her she 'loved her' and was 'dying because she couldn't breathe.'

    Her family claim the 26-year-old paid people smugglers £30,000 to travel to the UK via China 'in search of a better life.'

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    Police and forensic officers investigate a lorry in which 39 bodies were discovered in the trailer on Wednesday. Sources have now claimed that bloodied hand marks were found inside

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    Pham Thi Tra My (left) had texted her mother whilst taking the journey to the UK. The family of Nguyen Dinh Luong (right) are also concerned for his safety

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    Forensic officers are pictured above doing a full sweep of the lorry which had been carrying the migrants across the world

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    The Vietnamese migrants are all thought to have travelled from the same district, the Can Loc district, which is pictured right. In text messages sent at 10.28pm GMT on Tuesday, Pham Thi Tra told her mother, 'I love you so much...I'm sorry.' Pictured left, the screenshot of Tra My's last text

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    Since Wednesday four people have been arrested in connection with the death of the 39 migrants. Police had initially believed they had come from China

    Pham's family are believed to be one of ten that have come forward saying that they feared their relatives were missing after the discovery in Essex.

    A human rights worker in Vietnam, who was spoken with her family, has revealed that she made the perilous journey because her family was in debt and she was desperately trying to help them.

    'She had just returned from Japan where she was working to try and pay off the debt. And that was not enough and so she looked for a better future,' she told the BBC.

    Asking to remain anonymous, the human rights worker continued: 'For this girl it is very sad that she took the risk because she was dealing with debt that was created by another man in the family.

    'And I also learnt that the service that she was using was called 'very important service' and so it is like a business class ticket on the lorry and with that she had to pay double or three times the price of the cheap ticket.'

    At least six of those found in the container may have been Vietnamese and new reports from the BBC now claim that a 20-year-old man is also feared to be one of the victims.

    Relatives of Nguyen Dinh Luong told the broadcaster that he may be one of those found in the container. His family claimed they received urgent messages from two phones relating to Nguyen.

    His father Nguyen Dinh Gia said his son told him two weeks ago he planned to travel to Britain from France, where he had been living illegally since 2018.

    He said he would pay 11,000 pounds ($14,000) for the journey.

    But Gia got a call several days ago from a Vietnamese man saying 'Please have some sympathy, something unexpected happened,' he told AFP.

    'I fell to the ground when I heard that,' Gia told AFP.

    'It seemed that he was in the truck with the accident, all of them dead,' he added.

    His father told The Associated Press he had not been able to reach him since last week. He had said he would join a group in Paris that was trying to reach England.

    'He often called home but I haven't been able to reach him since the last time we talked last week,' Nguyen Dinh Gia said. 'I told him that he could go to anywhere he wants as long as it's safe. He shouldn't be worry about money, I'll take care of it.'

    He said his son left home in central Ha Tinh province to work in Russia in 2017, then on to Ukraine. In April 2018, he arrived in Germany then traveled to France. He told his family that he wanted to go to the U.K.

    Luong's older brother, Pham Dinh Hai, said that Luong had a tattoo of praying hands on a cross on his right shoulder. The family said they shared the information with local authorities.

    This is while a third Vietnamese family said a 19-year-old woman was missing after calling relatives at 6.20am on Tuesday to say she was getting into a container and was turning her phone off.

    Vietnam's embassy in London said it had received requests from Vietnamese families asking for help in finding out whether their relatives were among the victims found dead in the back of the truck.

    Last night, sources told the Mirror that emergency teams responding to the call from driver Maurice 'Mo' Robinson found hand prints on the doors of the container.

    'When the door of the container was opened, first responders were shocked to see dozens of dead bodies piled on top of one another.

    'The bodies closest to the doors had foam coming from their mouths and were in the early stages of rigor mortis.

    'There were bloody handprints all along the inside of the lorry door where they must have been banging for help.'

    The area the Vietnamese migrants are thought to have hailed from has suffered hardship in recent years following an environmental disaster in 2016.

    The region had relied on fishing as a main source of income and a chemical spill wiped out around 125 miles of coastlines. Since then there has been a rise in migration in the area, with many moving away to find work.

    As details of the migrant's perilous journey continue to emerge, a French state prosecutor in Boulogne-sur-Mer has told The Times of how migrants were sometimes lured into such lorries not realising how cold it would become inside.

    He said that smugglers persuaded migrants to enter by setting the temperature at minus 4C 'because no one would get in at minus 20C. They tell these people: 'Look, it's not that cold, all you need to do is to wrap up warmly'. But when they get to the port they turn the temperature to minus 20C because they know that police officers would find it suspicious if they saw a refrigerated lorry with a temperature of minus 4C.'

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    Pham Thi Tra My sent her mother a series of harrowing text messages telling her she 'couldn't breathe' whilst in the container

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    Her family said 26-year-old Tra My paid £30,000 to travel to the UK via China 'in search of a better life' for herself


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    The 39 desperate stowaway migrants were locked up in the trailer (above). It is unclear how long they had been in there for but it is believed to be at least 15 hours

    As well as the arrest at Stansted, a husband and wife, thought to be the last known owners of the lorry, were arrested on Friday after police swooped on their Cheshire home, three days into the biggest murder investigation in Britain since 7/7.

    Joanna Maher, 38, and her husband Thomas, also 38, from Warrington, are understood to have been held on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and on suspicion of 39 counts of manslaughter.

    Pham Thi Tra's last text messages were sent at 10.28pm BST on Tuesday - two hours before the truck reached the UK, as it was en route from Belgium.

    Pham Thi Tra told her mother: 'I'm sorry Mum. My journey abroad hasn't succeeded. Mum, I love you so much. I'm dying because I can't breathe.'

    Tra My's brother told the BBC on Friday that his sister had told them not to contact her because 'the organisers' did not allow her to receive calls.

    He said she flew to China from her home in Can Lộc, a rural district of Hà Tĩnh Province in Vietnam, then left for France and initially attempted to cross the border into the UK on October 19, but 'got caught' and turned back.

    Tra My is thought be among the eight women and 31 men who were discovered inside the 'metal coffin' lorry container on Wednesday morning. The Vietnamese families of a 26-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman have also contacted the BBC raising fears they could be among those dead.

    Bernie Gravett, a former Metropolitan police officer who now advises the EU on human trafficking, said families trying to help their loved ones travel abroad would pay large sums of money to smugglers.

    He told BBC Breakfast: 'In Vietnam it is assessed at 20 to 30,000 US dollars, from China it's 40 to 50,000 US dollars.'

    Mr Gravett said identifying the victims found in Essex would be a hard and long process due to the possible use of false identification documents and the numbers of people travelling to Europe.

    He said: 'It's a cruel stage for the families, because hundreds if not thousands are currently on those routes, so I appreciate we are getting calls from Vietnam saying my loved one is missing and my loved one may be on that lorry but they could be on another lorry.

    'These lorries are coming through on a weekly basis, we have just found one, others get through undetected and the victims then go on to be exploited in the UK.'

    Mr Gravett added: 'Victims will be given fake documents, so with Chinese generally they are given Korean documents or other documents depending on the country of destination.

    'Most often they are stripped of all documentation so that when they get to the UK then documents are provided relating to this country.'

    Liu Xiaoming, the Chinese Ambassador to the UK, said in a tweet: 'Latest report from the Minister-Counsellor of my Embassy: Essex police emphasised they are still verifying the identity of the 39 deceased.

    'We are waiting for the police to identify the victims. This is a number one priority.'

    The report has emerged from Human Rights Space, a civic network based in Vietnam, but there has not yet been any further verification of its claims, or those of her brother.

    Hoa Nghiem from HRS said: 'It was told on the news that all 39 people were Chinese but Tra My's family is trying to verify if their daughter was among them as the last dying text from her was coincidentally in time.

    'Our contact is getting more alerts that there could be more Vietnamese people in the truck.'

    Police previously said the eight women and 31 men were all believed to be Chinese nationals, but claims have now surfaced online that some may have been from Vietnam.

    The Vietnamese Embassy in London confirmed it has contacted police in regard to Tra My. A spokesman for the embassy said they had been contacted by a family in Vietnam which claimed their daughter had been missing 'since the lorry was found'.

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    The map above shows the perilous 5,000 mile journey the 39 migrants would have taken to get to the UK having paid 'snakehead' gangsters £20,000 for the privilege

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    Private Ambulances arriving at Tilbury Port to remove the remaining victims from the container on Friday morning

    The spokesman said: 'We have contacted Essex Police and we are waiting for an answer.'

    Joanna Maher, 38, and her husband Thomas, also 38, from Warrington, are understood to have been held on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and on suspicion of 39 counts of manslaughter.

    The couple told MailOnline that they sold the lorry cab a year ago to a company in Ireland - but police officers investigating the tragedy raided their property yesterday. The refrigerated trailer carrying the 39 frozen trafficking victims is believed to be owned by a rental firm in Dublin.

    A Cheshire Police patrol car arrived at the Irish couple's house at 7am on Thursday before up to a dozen police officers went inside at around Midday - just before the arrests were announced. The pair have not been seen.

    Earlier this week Mrs Maher told MailOnline: 'It's the cab - my name was down as owning it.

    'We did own it but sold it 13 months ago', adding they sold it to a company in County Monaghan, close to where truck driver Maurice 'Mo' Robinson, 25, lives.

    Police are also questioning the Northern Irish trucker for the third day with a decision on whether to charge him with murder or release him.

    An Essex Police spokesman said: 'We have carried out warrants in Cheshire as part of the investigation into 39 bodies being discovered in a lorry trailer in Grays.

    'As a result, a 38-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman from Warrington have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and on suspicion of 39 counts of manslaughter. A 25-year-old man, the driver of the lorry, remains in custody on suspicion of murder'.

    The container carrying migrants had previously criss-crossed the Channel via refugee hotspots in the week before it arrived in Britain with 39 frozen bodies inside, perhaps for several days, it was revealed yesterday.

    Yesterday their bodies were moved by private ambulance from Tilbury docks to Chelmsford mortuary for post-examinations that will run into next week.

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    This harrowing image shows a fleet of private ambulances arriving at Tilbury Docks to take away the victims on Friday


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    Final journey: How the 39 tragic migrants ended up in Purfleet, Essex, dead in the back of a refrigerated biscuit lorry

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    The industrial estate where the 39 migrants were found frozen to death in the back of a lorry remains sealed off on Friday as police questioned the driver for a third day

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    Police at the Warrington home of Joanna Maher, 38, and her husband Thomas, also 38, yesterday where the couple are understood to have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and on suspicion of 39 counts of manslaughter

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    Police the home of Joanna and Thomas Maher who were the last named owners of the lorry which was found containing 39 migrants

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    Robinson arrived in the UK at the weekend after a ferry from Dublin to Holyhead. He picked up the trailer, which had been shipped from Zeebrugge to Purfleet. Minutes later, he pulled into the Essex industrial estate and the alarm was raised

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    Two houses have been raided by police in Northern Ireland - one belonging to the lorry driver in Markethill and the other belonging to his parents in Laurelvale, both Co Armagh. A third house in Armagh City has also been raided


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    A lorry driver has been charged with the manslaughter of 39 people found dead inside a refrigerated trailer.

    Maurice Robinson, 25, was arrested after the bodies of 31 men and eight women were found in Grays on Wednesday.

    He is further charged with people trafficking, immigration and money laundering offences, Essex Police said.

    Mr Robinson, of Laurel Drive, Craigavon, Northern Ireland, is due before Chelmsford Magistrates' Court on Monday.

    Three others, a man and a woman, both 38, from Warrington, Cheshire, and a 48-year-old man from Northern Ireland remain in police custody.

    All three were arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and conspiracy to traffic people.

    A man in his 20s arrested by Irish police in Dublin was said to be "of interest" to the Essex Police investigation.

    Earlier police said efforts to identify the 39 people were focusing on the Vietnamese community.

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    Image caption The bodies were discovered in the early hours of Wednesday
    The victims - who police initially believed to be Chinese nationals - were inside a refrigerated trailer which came to the UK via the Belgian port of Zeebrugge.

    Officers said there had been a "large amount of engagement" from the Vietnamese population since the discovery of the bodies in the early hours of Wednesday.

    They said all the bodies had now been removed from the trailer and post-mortem examinations were being carried out.

    The victims had been carrying "very few" identity documents, leaving officers to rely on fingerprints, DNA and distinguishing features such as tattoos or scars, he said.

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    Image caption The families of Pham Thi Tra My and Nguyen Dinh Luong are concerned they may be among the victims
    VietHome, an organisation that represents the Vietnamese community in the UK, said it had received photos of nearly 20 people reported missing.

    The BBC has been contacted by Vietnamese families who fear their relatives were among the dead, including the family of Pham Thi Tra My, 26, who last messaged her family late on Tuesday.

    In a text message shared by her parents, she said: "I am really, really sorry, Mum and Dad, my trip to a foreign land has failed.

    "I am dying, I can't breathe. I love you very much Mum and Dad. I am sorry, Mother."

    Nguyen Dinh Gia believes his son, Nguyen Dinh Luong, 20, was also among the 39 victims.

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    Nguyen Dinh Sat fears his son was among the 39 found dead inside a refrigerated lorry


    Relatives of a third man - Nguyen Dinh Tu - have also contacted the BBC saying they had not heard from him. His father, Nguyen Dinh Sat, said his son had been in debt so decided to travel abroad to seek work.

    It also emerged on Saturday that the family of a 19-year-old Vietnamese woman Bui Thi Nhung fear she may be among the dead.

    Prayers have been said for her during a service in Yen Thanh, in the northern central coast region of Vietnam.

    Tran Ngoc An, the Vietnamese ambassador to the UK, visited Grays on Saturday morning with embassy officers and held meetings with Essex Police and the local council.

    The ambassador has also spoken to Home Secretary Priti Patel about the deaths.

    In a statement, the embassy said there was a "willingness to exchange information and to co-ordinate" with British authorities to help identify the victims.

    It added that there had been no official confirmation of the identity of the victims.

    The Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said he had asked the relevant authorities to urgently establish the identities of victims and look into the cases of Vietnamese nationals who were sent abroad illegally.

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    The bodies of 39 people were found in a lorry container in Essex in eastern England on 23 October.

    The driver has been arrested and charged with their manslaughter, and three other people are under arrest on suspicion of manslaughter and conspiracy to traffic people.

    Essex Police said they were working "to piece together the circumstances of this horrific event" which they described at the time as the largest murder investigation in the force's history.

    Here's what we know so far about the discovery.

    Who were the victims?
    All eight women and 31 men are thought to be have been adults except one "young adult" woman who, police previously said, may have been a teenager.

    Police initially believed the victims to be Chinese nationals but their efforts to identify them are now focusing on the Vietnamese community.

    Pham Tra My, 26, sent distressed messages to family on Tuesday night. "I am dying, I can't breathe," the text read. She has not been heard from since.

    Her family say they paid £30,000 to people smugglers. Her last known location was Belgium.

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    Image caption Pham Thi Tra My and Nguyen Dinh Luon are feared to be among the victim

    Vietnam's embassy in London said it had contacted Essex police about the missing woman.

    Families of two other Vietnamese - a 26-year-old man and 19-year-old woman - have also spoken to the BBC. They also have fears their relatives may have been on board.

    VietHome, an organisation that represents the Vietnamese community in the UK said it had received photos of nearly 20 people reported missing since the lorry was discovered.

    How did the tragedy come to light?
    The police said they had received the first reports about bodies found in a lorry at the Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays just before 01:40 local time (00:40 GMT) on Wednesday 23 October. The town is about 15km (nine miles) east of London.

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    Ambulance staff found the bodies. It is not yet known who alerted them.

    Police began the process of moving the bodies on Thursday. Eleven victims were taken by private ambulance from the Port of Tilbury to Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford.

    All of the dead will undergo a coroner's examination to establish the cause of death.

    Police will then attempt to identify each individual but have warned this will be a "substantial operation" and they cannot estimate how long it will take.

    Who has been arrested?
    Lorry driver Maurice Robinson, 25, has been charged with the manslaughter of the 39 victims as well as people trafficking, immigration and money laundering offences, Essex Police say.

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    Image caption Mr Robinson is from the Craigavon area of County Armagh
    Mr Robinson, of Laurel Drive, Craigavon, Northern Ireland, is due before Chelmsford Magistrates' Court on Monday.

    Three others, a man and a woman, both 38, from Warrington, Cheshire, and a 48-year-old man from Northern Ireland, remain in police custody.

    All three were arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and conspiracy to traffic people.

    A man in his 20s arrested by Irish police in Dublin was said to be "of interest" to the Essex Police investigation.

    What about the lorry and the trailer?
    GPS data shows the refrigerated container trailer crossed back and forth between the UK and Europe in the days before it was found.

    It was leased from the company Global Trailer Rentals on 15 October. The company said it was "entirely unaware that the trailer was to be used in the manner in which it appears to have been".

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    1. Sources say the GPS data shows it left Monaghan in the Republic of Ireland on 15 October before crossing over to Northern Ireland and then returning south to Dublin
    2. From Dublin, it crossed over to Holyhead in Wales overnight on 16 October
    3. That evening, it travelled to continental Europe from Dover to Calais in France
    4. Between 17 and 22 October, it moved between various cities in Belgium and France, including Dunkirk, Bruges and Lille
    5. On 22 October, it made its final crossing from Zeebrugge to Purfleet

    'I've seen people running out of a lorry
    Essex Police said the tractor unit (the front part of the lorry) had entered the UK via Holyhead - an Irish Sea port in Wales - on Sunday 20 October, having travelled over from Dublin.

    Police believe the tractor unit collected the trailer in Purfleet on the River Thames and left the port shortly after 01:05 on Thursday. Police were called to the industrial park where the bodies were discovered about half an hour later.

    Temperatures in refrigerated units can be as low as -25C (-13F). The lorry now is at a secure site in Essex.

    Early reports had suggested the lorry may have arrived from Bulgaria but its government has since clarified that while the tractor unit was registered there in 2017 it had not entered the country since.

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    我以为在车厢里手机没信号,如果能发给她妈,她或者他妈马上报警求救还来得及啊!怎么搞到这样最悲催的结局?
     
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    别真到最后查出来事蓄意谋杀。
    他娘的三十多个人,没有一个明白的吗?这么一个铁皮箱又不是氟利昂泄漏啥的。这么长时间活活冻死!
     
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    求救估计自己也不知道位置啊
     
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    只要有信号,卫星还查不到吗?
     
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    不清楚,感觉巧合太多了
     
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    这是39条人命,不管是不是中国人或是他国人,也实在令人揪心。
    希望世界各国能相互加强合作,打击此类非法偷渡。查清事实真相,解决此类问题。
     
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    https://www.wenxuecity.com/news/2019/10/26/8802722.html

    14个越南家庭报案 家属痛哭:早知就不让她去(图)

    文章来源: 联合新闻网 于 2019-10-26 03:51:05 - 新闻取自各大新闻媒体,新闻内容并不代表本网立场!
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    英国艾萨克斯郡发生冷冻货柜车藏有39具遗体的惨案,据信至少6人来自越南,26岁的范氏茶嵋疑似死前用简讯跟家人诀别。范氏茶嵋的父亲范文辰(Pham Van Thin,音译)向《CNN》表示,人蛇跟他说会走安全路线,早知就不让女儿去英国了。画面翻摄:CNN



    央视新闻消息,据越南每日快讯26日最新消息称,26日,7户来自河静省的家庭和5户来自乂安河的家庭向当地人民委员会报案,称家庭成员疑似在英国失踪。目前已有14个越南家庭报案。近日,英国埃塞克斯郡货车发现39人死亡,死者国籍仍未有定论。

    英国艾萨克斯郡发生冷冻货柜车藏有39具遗体的惨案,据信至少6人来自越南,26岁的范氏茶嵋疑似死前用简讯跟家人诀别。《CNN》前往她的老家采访,父亲范文辰(Pham Van Thin,音译)直言,早知道路途如此凶险,就不会让女儿去了。

    范氏一家月收入仅约400美元,但他们还是硬凑出约3万英镑付给人蛇,让女儿有机会到英国过更好的日子,却没料到22日收到的竟是一封诀别简讯。

    就在冷冻货柜渡海途中,范氏茶嵋写下「爸妈,对不起。我出国的路行不通了。妈,我很爱妳跟爸爸,我无法呼吸,快要死了。元镇(Nghen,暂译)、干禄、河静、越南。妈,很对不起,妈。」越南一位人口贩卖专家指她写下出生地就是交代归葬处,因此认定简讯可靠。

    目前尚未确认范氏茶嵋就是冷冻货柜车惨案的39名死者之一,但家属已有最坏打算。范文辰告诉《CNN》,他还在设法克服悲恸。他猜想女儿发出简讯时,想必知道自己死期不远,这让他「非常悲痛」。

    范文辰说,他们一家同时失去爱女和金钱,当初收钱的人口贩子没有透露偷渡方式,只称是一条「安全的道路,会用飞机与汽车」。随着范氏茶嵋音讯全无,范文辰决定通报当局,但为时已晚。

    「如果我知道她是这样去英国,」范文辰说:「我绝不会让她成行。」

    范文辰的妻子、范氏茶嵋的母亲阮氏酆(Nguyen Thi Phong,音译)表示,她现在仰赖英国和越南当局把女儿送回家。尽管据传人口贩子漏夜退费,但夫妇两人不确定是否还能够拿回他们为女儿偷渡支付的辛苦钱。

    《国际越南快讯网》(VnExpress International)引述元镇官员说法,指范文辰和阮氏酆共有3个小孩,范氏茶嵋年纪最小,曾在日本工作3年,9月获批准前往中国。权威消息来源透露,范氏茶嵋利用义安河居民领导的移民帮派管道,取得伪造中国公民证件后出发前往欧洲。
     
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    Vietnamese families were coming forward Saturday with information that their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in southeastern England.

    As police grappled with one of the worst cases of people smuggling, they announced the arrest of a fifth person in connection with the deaths. Irish police say a man was arrested at Dublin's port on Saturday.

    The driver of the truck, a man from Northern Ireland, was arrested shortly after Wednesday's grisly discovery, and three other people were taken into custody, including a couple from Warrington in northern England and a man from Northern Ireland.


    Police say the driver, Maurice Robinson, will appear at Chelmsford Magistrates' Court on Monday, charged with 39 counts of manslaughter, conspiracy to traffic people, conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration and money laundering.

    Meanwhile, all of the victims' bodies have been recovered from the truck and are undergoing post-mortems, Martin Pasmore, detective chief inspector with Essex police said on Saturday.
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    A family member of Bui Thi Nhung lights incense sticks from a candle at an altar with Nhung's portrait inside her home Saturday in Do Thanh village, Nghe An province, Vietnam. Family members fear that Nhung could be among the dozens of people found dead in the back of a truck in England. (Linh Do/The Associated Press)
    Police say the task proved difficult as they sought to treat the victims with dignity. In addition, people smugglers take the passports of their passengers to obscure their identities, stripping them of their names and giving them new documents when they arrive at their destinations.

    Efforts to identify all of them may also be difficult if relatives avoid coming forward because they are in the U.K. illegally, Passmore said.

    Police initially believed that the victims were Chinese, but later acknowledged the picture was evolving.

    Desperate families have been reaching out to the media, to local organizations and to acquaintances in Britain, hoping for any scrap of news.


    Vietnamese Ambassador Tran Ngoc An visited the scene and worked with Essex police to deliver information from concerned Vietnamese families. He also visited the civic centre in Grays to pay tribute to the victims.

    A representative for VietHome, which serves Vietnamese people in the U.K., said it sent the pictures of nearly 20 people reported missing to the police.


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    'We cannot realistically speculate about the nationality of all of our deceased in that vehicle,' Martin Pasmore, detective chief inspector of Essex police, told reporters on Saturday. (Victoria Jones/Press Association via The Associated Press)
    In the village of Yen Thanh in north-central Vietnam, the mother and a sister of Bui Thi Nhung mourned as they set up an altar for the 19-year old woman. A family friend in the U.K. told them the horrible news of the migrant deaths.

    Nhung paid an agent thousands of dollars in hopes of finding work at a nail parlour in Britain.

    "Many families in Yen Thanh got rich from money sent back by their children working abroad," said Le Dinh Tuan, a neighbour who had gone to her house to check on her mother.

    Vietnamese Embassy has set up hotline
    The Vietnamese Embassy in London has started a hotline to help families seeking information on loved ones following the deaths of 39 people believed to be victims of human smuggling who were found in the back of a truck.

    U.K. police say they've been in contact with Vietnamese authorities, even though they are not yet certain of the identities of those found dead Wednesday in the refrigerated truck. The Vietnamese government has also announced its own investigation into the deaths.

    The number for the Vietnamese hotline is +44 7713 181501.

    Those seeking assistance in relation to the case can also contact Vietnam's general citizen protection hotline at +84981 8484 84.

    Son, 20, feared among the dead
    The father of 20-year-old Nguyen Dinh Luong feared his son was among the dead.

    He told The Associated Press he had not been able to reach his son since last week, when the young man told his father he planned to join a group in Paris that was trying to reach Britain.

    "He often called home but I haven't been able to reach him since the last time we talked last week," Nguyen Dinh Gia said. "I told him that he could go to anywhere he wants as long as it's safe. He shouldn't be worried about money, I'll take care of it."


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    Police forensics officers work on the truck, found to be containing 39 bodies, in Grays, east of London. (Ben Stansall/AFP via Getty Images)
    He said his son left home in central Ha Tinh province to work in Russia in 2017, then went on to Ukraine. In April 2018, he arrived in Germany then travelled to France. He told his family that he wanted to go to the U.K.

    Luong's older brother, Pham Dinh Hai, said that Luong had a tattoo of praying hands on a cross on his right shoulder. The family said they shared the information with local authorities.

    Woman, 26, sent text to family
    The BBC reported it had been in contact with six Vietnamese families who feared their relatives were among the victims. Relatives of 26-year-old Pham Tra My told the broadcaster they had been unable to contact her since receiving a text Tuesday night saying she was suffocating.

    "I'm so sorry mom and dad. ... My journey abroad doesn't succeed," she wrote. "Mom, I love you and dad very much. I'm dying because I can't breathe .... Mom, I'm so sorry."

    Formally identifying the victims is complicated by the very nature of people smuggling. Bernie Gravett, a former Metropolitan Police officer who now advises the European Union on human trafficking, told the BBC that the use of false identification and the sheer numbers of people traveling to Europe complicate such efforts.

    "It's a cruel stage for the families, because hundreds if not thousands are currently on those routes, so I appreciate we are getting calls from Vietnam saying my loved one is missing and my loved one may be on that lorry [truck] but they could be on another lorry," he said.

    Chinese seeking information
    "We hope the British side can verify the victims' identities as soon as possible," said Tong Xuejun, a Chinese consular official in London said. "What I want to stress is that no matter what their nationalities are, this incident is a huge tragedy which arouses attention of the international community to issues of illegal immigration."

    Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Chinese authorities were also seeking information from police in Belgium, since the shipping container in which the bodies were found was sent to England from the Belgian port of Zeebrugge.

    British police believe the truck and container took separate journeys before ending up at the industrial park. They say the container travelled by ferry from Zeebrugge to Purfleet, England, where it arrived early Wednesday and was picked up by the truck driver and driven the few kilometres to Grays.

    The truck cab, which is registered in Bulgaria to a company owned by an Irish woman, is believed to have travelled from Northern Ireland to Dublin, where it was loaded onto a ferry to Wales. From there it was driven across Britain to pick up the container.

    Syrian reminded of his own escape
    Syrian refugee Ahmad Al-Rashid knows what it was like for those who were trapped in the back of the truck because he survived a similar situation when a planned trip across the English Channel turned into hours of terror in 2015.

    Al-Rahid, now 29 and living in Derby, Britain, had found himself gasping for breath inside a refrigerated shipping container with a group of migrants and a load of frozen chicken.

    The truck hadn't even left the French port of Calais when someone heard the cries of the desperate migrants and opened the doors.

    "I was in their shoes. I knew the desperation of their last moments," he said of the people who died this week. "In my case, someone came to help me. [For them] all their screams were in vain."

    Groups of migrants have repeatedly landed on British shores using small boats to make the risky Channel crossing, and migrants are sometimes found in the back of cars and trucks that disembark from the massive ferries that link France and England.

    But Wednesday's macabre find in an industrial park was a reminder that criminal gangs are still profiting from large-scale trafficking.

    The tragedy recalls the deaths of 58 Chinese migrants who suffocated in a truck in Dover in 2000 after a perilous, months-long journey from China's southern Fujian province. They were found stowed with a cargo of tomatoes after a ferry ride from Zeebrugge, the same Belgian port featured in the latest tragedy.

    In February 2004, 21 Chinese migrants — also from Fujian — who were working as cockle-pickers in Britain drowned when they were caught by treacherous tides in Morecambe Bay in northwest England.

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/england-truck-container-bodies-1.5336835
     

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