Second human smuggling victim dies
A MAN found suffering from dehydration at the side of the A12 has died in hospital today.The man was among three people found above a bridge in Witham in Essex earlier this month.
A MAN found suffering from dehydration at the side of the A12 has died in hospital today.
The man was among three people found above a bridge in Witham in Essex earlier this month.
One man had already died.
Police believe the men had been smuggled to the UK from Europe and think they came through a sea port in a white box van.
Both men were aged 20 to 30 and from Pakistan but neither have been identified.
A third man, who was also suffering from dehydration, is now recovering.
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Police are appealing for anyone using the A12 on Sunday, June 11 or early the next day, who saw anything suspicious to contact them.