Essex lorry murder probe: Truck 'registered in Bulgaria by company owned by Irish woman'

Evening Standard Incident 2 weeks ago

The truck carrying a container in which 39 people were found dead today in Essex is registered in Bulgaria by a company owned by a female Irish citizen, the Bulgarian foreign ministry has said. 

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