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Police want to speak to two brothers about the deaths of 39 people found in a lorry container in Essex.
BBC Live reporter
Police are investigating the death of a lorry driver on the A21 in West Kent.
The driver, who was from Essex and in his 50s, was declared dead at the scene, when his Scania articulated truck left the road at Kippings Cross roundabout near Pembury.
The vehicle was pulling a flatbed trailer loaded with plant equipment.
It happened about 13:00 GMT on 30 October and police are appealing for anyone who may have dashcam footage to contact them.
PC L'wren Bremmer had never met a black female officer before. She now hopes to change the way police are seen.
As work begins to identify bodies found in a lorry in Essex, locals say people scattering from lorries happens regularly.
Essex Police gives details of the murder investigation underway after 39 bodies were found inside a lorry.
A 55-year-old man has been charged in connection with messages sent to Lincolnshire's chief fire officer after the brigade dropped Fireman Sam as their mascot.
Jeremy Flashman of King's Road, Southminster, Essex is accused of sending malicious messages to Les Britzman over the decision.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service said the children's TV character was outdated and did not reflect the message it wanted to achieve.
Mr Britzman said Fireman Sam would be replaced with fire extinguisher-shaped mascots called Freddy, Filbert and Penelope.
Mr Flashman is due to appear at Lincoln Magistrates' Court on the October 31.
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