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Man found dead on board lorry near Ashford, Kent

Man suspected of trying to smuggle himself into UK is reportedly crushed to death in lorry after evading detection at Calais and Dover A man suspected of trying to smuggle himself into Britain illegally has been found dead inside a lorry that entered the UK from Calais, and may have been killed after its load crushed him to death. Owners of the Airport Cafe in Sellindge, near Ashford, Kent, called police at around 8.
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