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Lorry driver: 'We don't have sympathy for Calais migrants'

Lorry drivers travelling through the port town of Calais, northern France, say the situation is becoming increasingly dangerous as migrants try to stow away on their vehicles.

Tommy Wallace and Robert Weir, from Northern Ireland, have been trucking for 20 years. "Somebody's going to get seriously hurt or killed," they told reporter Catrin Nye.

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  • 10 Jun 2015
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