The 16 People Found In Back Of Lorry On Ferry To Wexford Spent Night In Reception Centre In Dublin
The 16 people found in the back of a lorry on a ferry to Co Wexford spent the night in a reception centre in Dublin.
They spent up to 12 hours in the trailer of an articulated tractor unit - before being discovered at Rosslare port yesterday afternoon.
They had travelled on a Stena ferry from Cherbourg before staff at the port found them.
Superintendent Jim Doyle says all 16 are in excellent health.
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