The Vietnamese woman who texted her mother as the refrigerated container carrying her and 38 others ran out of air had been deported from Britain days earlier and was trying to return, her family claimed today. Pham Tra My, 26, has not been in contact with anyone back home after sending a final horrifying message as she crossed from Zeebrugge, Belgium, to Purfleet, Essex, saying: ‘I can’t breathe. Mum, I’m very sorry.’ She was trafficked to Britain for £30,000 after her parents, who earn around £300-a-month, had the debt added to their mortgage – and now her brother has claimed that her fateful journey across the North Sea was her second crossing. He told the Vietnamese press: ‘She was arrested a few days ago [in Britain] and they returned her to France. Now we heard she might have died’. Pham had been promised she would travel by car or plane to Britain and was charged for the ‘VIP’ route – but instead the young woman is feared to have frozen to death inside the cargo container after sending her parents a horrifying series of messages, saying: ‘I’m dying.’ Her father Pham Van Thin said: ‘We tried to talk her out of it because… Read full this story
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