UK truck deaths: Vigil held in London for 39 Vietnamese who died

A number of hundred members of London’s Vietnamese group have gathered at a vigil and repair to honour the 39 Vietnamese victims who died in a refrigerated truck container in southeastern England.

The group is mourning the unidentified victims, who have been attempting to enter Britain in hopes of discovering alternative. They have been found lifeless on October 23 at an industrial park within the city of Grays.


Reverend Simon Nguyen supplied prayers for the victims and for his or her family members in Vietnam.

Candles are arranged in a "39" during a Mass and vigil for the 39 victims found dead inside the back of a truck in Grays, Essex.


Candles are organized in a “39” throughout a Mass and vigil for the 39 victims discovered lifeless contained in the again of a truck in Grays, Essex.


He says “we present our condolences and sympathies for the individuals who have misplaced their lives on the best way searching for freedom, dignity and happiness”.

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A Saturday evening vigil was adopted by a Sunday service on the Church of the Holy Identify and Our Woman of the Sacred Coronary heart in east London.