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It is feared that a Vietnamese woman is among the 39 migrants who perished in the back of a truck below zero after sending a text message to her mother telling her she was dying. Pham Thi Tra My sent her mother a series of heartbreaking messages telling her that she ‘loved’ her and that she was ‘dying because she couldn’t breathe’. His family claims that traffickers of 26-year-olds paid £ 30,000 to travel to the UK through China “in search of a better life.” His last text messages were sent at 10.28 p.m. BST on Tuesday, two hours before the truck arrived in the UK, as it was en route from Belgium.
There are fears that a Vietnamese woman is among the 39 people found dead in a lorry in Essex.
Pham Thi Tra My sent messages to her family saying she was “dying because I can’t breathe”. pic.twitter.com/1DRZ596CDf
— RT UK (@RTUKnews) October 25, 2019
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She was 26 years old.
Vietnamese family fears daughter may be among Essex lorry victims.
Phạm Thị Trà My wrote a message to her mother saying she was dying because she couldn’t breathe. “I’m so sorry Mum and Dad.”
It’s unbearable to read her text messages in Vietnamese https://t.co/morjZEZXC0
— Katie Nguyen (@Katie_Nguyen1) October 25, 2019
Pham Thi Tra Family
Pham Thi Tra told his mother: ‘I’m sorry mom. My trip abroad has not been successful. Mom, I love you so much. I’m dying because I can’t breathe. Tra My’s brother told the BBC today that his sister had told them not to contact her because ‘the organizers’ did not allow her to receive calls. She said she flew to China from her home in Can Lộc, a rural district of Hà Tĩnh province in Vietnam, then went to France and initially tried to cross the border into the United Kingdom on October 19, but ‘got caught’ and I come back. It is believed that Tra My is among the eight women and 31 men who were discovered inside the container of the ‘metal coffin’ truck on Wednesday morning. Vietnamese families of a 26-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman also contacted the BBC to fear they might be among the dead. The report came from Human Rights Space, a civic network based in Vietnam, but their claims and those of their brother have not yet been verified.
Detailed report of a Vietnamese young woman, Phạm Thị Trà My, texting her mother that she loves her. Heartbreaking. Pham is thought to be among the trafficking victims, in the UK Essex lorry. https://t.co/rZvT95rfQD
— Jane Samuels (@Jane_Samuels) October 25, 2019
This comes as a husband and wife, thought to be the last known owners of the lorry, were arrested today after police swooped on their Cheshire home, three days into the biggest murder investigation in Britain since 7/7.
At least three of the 39 people found dead in a lorry trailer in Essex may have been from Vietnam.
Pham Thi Tra My, 26, has not been heard from since she sent urgent messages on Tuesday saying she could not breathe. pic.twitter.com/JL7SUmR5Hm
— IanBroughall (@IanBroughall) October 25, 2019
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