Romanian border police said they found 11 migrants inside a van on the Romanian-Hungarian border on Monday, November 4. The driver of the vehicle was being investigated for migrant trafficking, they said.
The discovery was made when a Peugeot van was stopped at the Nadlac Border Crossing Point, on Romania’s border with Hungary.
The 11 people found on board, four men, a woman and six minors, were said to be from Iraq, Eritrea and Iran. They ranged in ages from 15 to 44 years old, border police said.
In a statement, border police said the driver, a Bulgarian, was being investigated for migrant trafficking. Credit: Politia de Frontiera via Storyful