LONDON (Reuters) - British police have found 39 bodies of people killed in a truck in an industrial area in south-east England.

A police statement in the city of Essex, the ambulance police in the city received a notification in the early hours of Wednesday morning, to find a truck with people killed inside the Waterglad industrial park on Eastern Avenue Avenue.

According to British police, all the dead were adults except one teenager.

According to the statement, British police arrested a 25-year-old person on suspicion of links to the incident.

"This is a tragic incident in which a large number of people have been killed," Essex police chief Andrew Mariner said. "Our investigation is continuing to determine what happened. We are in the process of identifying the victims, but I expect it will be a long process." We believe the truck came from Bulgaria and entered the country on Saturday. October 19, we are working closely with our partners to investigate. '

He explained, "We have arrested the driver of the truck in connection with the incident, and is still detained by the police as our investigations continue."

"I was shocked by this tragic incident in Essex. I receive regular updates from the Home Office and I will work closely with the Essex police to find out what really happened," he said in a Twitter tweet. Their lives and loved ones

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