Police rescued 18 people from the back of a refrigerated lorry near Peterborough on Tuesday (23 February), less than a week after a similar incident on the A14. Officers in Cambridgeshire said they received a call from an HGV driver who had noticed the people on his vehicle and was concerned for their welfare. Paramedics attended the scene at Haddon Services on the A1M but nobody was injured. Read more Police track down refrigerated truck after desperate phone calls from […]
Police are hunting an HGV driver who was caught on camera colliding with a motorist on the M1 and failing to stop.
An “extremely dangerous and selfish” HGV driver was so drunk behind the wheel, it took 16 hours in custody before he was in a fit state to be questioned, according to police.
No end to the migrant crisis appears to be in sight for international vehicle operators crossing the Channel to the UK via Calais, after the town’s mayor Natacha Bouchart warned the problems there were not going to go away anytime soon. Her comments came as the UK’s Border Force confirmed there had been surge in the number of migrants caught in the first three months of this financial year attemting to make it to the UK.