British forensics officers work on the truck, which was found to contain the bodies of 39 people, at an industrial estate east of London on October 23, 2019. Photo: AFP British forensics officers work on the truck, which was found to contain the bodies of 39 people, at an industrial estate east of London on October 23, 2019. Photo: AFP
British forensics officers work on the truck, which was found to contain the bodies of 39 people, at an industrial estate east of London on October 23, 2019. Photo: AFP
UK truck deaths

Vietnamese truck deaths: two found guilty of manslaughter in UK

  • A truck driver from Northern Ireland and a Romanian national were found guilty after two others had already pleaded guilty
  • The deaths of the 39 people shocked Britain and Vietnam and shone a spotlight on the illicit global trade in migrants

Topic |   UK truck deaths
British forensics officers work on the truck, which was found to contain the bodies of 39 people, at an industrial estate east of London on October 23, 2019. Photo: AFP British forensics officers work on the truck, which was found to contain the bodies of 39 people, at an industrial estate east of London on October 23, 2019. Photo: AFP
British forensics officers work on the truck, which was found to contain the bodies of 39 people, at an industrial estate east of London on October 23, 2019. Photo: AFP
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