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Arrow Right The Great Wall of Calais >Work Begins to Stop Migrant Thugs Sneaking onto Lorries

Migrant Thugs Attacked British Driver After He Ran Over and Killed an Eritrean at Calais When He Stopped and Tried to Save His Life

The collision happened on A16 road near northern French port on Sunday
Police say Eritrean migrant was part of group putting obstacles in the road
He was hit by car driven by British motorist who then informed authorities


Daily Mail UK, 12 October 2016


A British driver has been released without charge after a male migrant was run down and killed and his wife injured on a motorway near Calais, French prosecutors said.


The motorist - who has not yet been named - is said to have swerved to try and avoid a gang that was trying to stop traffic on the busy A16 road.

This is a common tactic used by UK-bound migrants who want to get aboard lorries and vans heading for the Channel Tunnel or ferries heading for England.


When the driver realised he had hit two people, he stopped to investigate but was immediately confronted by the mob of UK-bound migrants.





An Eritrean migrant has been killed in Calais after being hit by a car driven by a British motorist, it has emerged. Pictures show migrants on the A16 in Calais last year


The accident took place at junction 47 of the A16, which starts on the Belgian border and heads towards the Paris suburbs.

Pascal Marconville, the prosecutor in nearby Boulogne-sur-Mer, said:

'He stopped to try to rescue the victim but was violently attacked by several migrants and preferred to leave.'

Mr Marconville said the motorist drove to a police station at the entrance to the Channel Tunnel and gave a full statement.
He tested negative for alcohol and drugs, and his testament suggested the horrifying incident was caused by an accident.
Mr Marconville said the driver was not charged, and was free to carry on with his journey by early on Monday.





The accident took place at junction 47 of the A16, which starts on the Belgian border and heads towards the Paris suburbs



The drama unfolded on Sunday evening, as the driver headed towards Calais from the east on a particularly busy night on the roads.

'An Eritrean migrant was knocked over on Sunday at around 8.30pm,' said another investigating source. 'He was rushed to hospital in Calais but later died from his injuries at around 11pm.

'The man's wife, who is in her thirties, was also treated in hospital, but her condition is not life threatening.'
The dead man's wife - who, like her husband, has not been named - has been discharged from hospital in Calais and interviewed by police.

There are more than 10,000 migrants in the Calais and Dunkirk area who want to get to Britain to claim asylum.
Many make their way to the side of the A16 day and night, and try to get on board vehicles.

There has been an increase in attacks in recent weeks, with police and local government officials warning drivers to lock their doors.





The collision happened on the A16 (pictured) near the northern French port where thousands of people from the Middle East and African are camped trying to reach the UK



The migrants, many of whom are from Africa and the Middle East, take huge risks on the motorways.
This is the 14th death of a migrant from the Calais area since the beginning of the year, and many of the fatalities have been related to traffic accidents.

It came as France's Interior Minister travelled to London to insist that Britain takes up its 'moral duty' to look after unaccompanied young migrants stranded in Calais.

An impassioned Bernard Cazeneuve spoke out as his officials prepared to bulldoze the so-called Jungle shantytown in the Channel port town.

Demolition will mean 9000 people being displaced, and the fear is that children with no parents or other adult guardians will become even more vulnerable than they are already.

'There are many hundreds [of minors] in Calais with family in Britain, and we're compiling a precise list, and the British must take on their moral responsibilities,' said Mr Cazeneuve.

Speaking on Paris radio station RTL before heading for the UK, he explained: 'Britain is the country of human rights and so it has to take on its responsibilities.
'When minors are in Calais, and they have family in Britain, and when all cameras are pointed at these minors, then the British must assume their moral duty.'
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Migrant Who Died in Calais Ambush Threw Himself at Car Travelling at 40mph: Father and Son Involved in The Incident Say They Have Been Left Traumatised

  • The collision happened on A16 road near northern French port on Sunday
  • Nafthali Reichman and son ambushed by up to 50 migrants from Jungle
  • Mr Reichman, 63, said he and Abraham, 35, had been left traumatised
Daily Mail UK, 13 October 2016


The father of a British driver who accidentally knocked down and killed a migrant in Calais believes the desperate man tried to leap on to the bonnet as they travelled at 40mph.

Nafthali Reichman said he and his son Abraham have been left traumatised after being ambushed by up to 50 migrants from the notorious Jungle camp as they headed for the nearby Channel Tunnel terminal.

The 63-year-old said the man had hurled himself on to the bonnet and smashed the windscreen in a desperate attempt to get to the UK. He also believes the Eritrean may have had a weapon.





Nafthali Reichman said he and his son Abraham (pictured) have been left traumatised after being ambushed by up to 50 migrants from the notorious Jungle camp





The 63-year-old said the man had hurled himself on to the bonnet and smashed the windscreen in a desperate attempt to get to the UK. Abraham pictured in North London


As his son slowed down, the migrant fell off the car and ended up lying on the road, Mr Reichman said.
They decided to keep driving because they were terrified by a mob of migrants that surrounded the car.

‘It was unbelievably terrifying,’ said Mr Reichman, a jeweller from Stamford Hill in North London.
‘My son is traumatised and so am I. It happened in a split second. It was dark and suddenly someone jumped on to our car.

'He was on the bonnet and smashed the front windscreen. He could have had something in his hand.
‘Once the windscreen was broken we saw a whole gang of migrants coming towards us and one of them broke the left mirror. We knew we had no chance. It was
unbelievably frightening.’

The incident unfolded on Sunday night at 8.30pm on the A16 motorway as the pair were returning from visiting Mr Reichman’s sick brother in Antwerp.
The jeweller, who works for Goldstyle, the family business in Tottenham, said the migrant ‘disappeared from view’ after falling off the car.






‘At the time we didn’t have clue what happened,’ he said.
‘There were lots of people on the road around us. I could see at least 10, but there could have been more.
‘All I know is that is someone ended up on the floor. He was on the car. But he flew to the other side. It was terrifying.
'We could barely see out of the windscreen, but we just kept driving. It was very upsetting.’

Police said migrants had been trying to slow down traffic in order to clamber on to the tops of vehicles – a common tactic used by asylum-seekers in the Calais area determined to reach Britain.

Mr Reichman and his 35-year-old son, who is also a jeweller, reported the incident to a member of staff at the Channel Tunnel.
The pair then voluntarily went to the police station at the tunnel terminal to report the incident.

French police interviewed them for three hours and his son tested negative for alcohol and drugs.
They were released without charge and travelled as foot passengers on the Eurostar back to Britain.
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Update re: The Great Wall of Calais >Work Begins to Stop Migrant Thugs Sneaking onto Lorries

The 'Great Wall of Calais': Work Begins on Controversial £2.5m UK-Funded 13ft High Barrier to Stop Migrant Thugs Sneaking onto Lorries Crossing the Channel

  • The first concrete panels were moved into place by a crane on Saturday
  • Project began after a legal challenge from Mayor of Calais was overruled
  • The wall will run 0.6 miles along the motorway leading to the Channel port

Daily Mail UK, 17 October 2016


Work has begun on the so-called 'Great Wall of Calais' - a 13ft high concrete barrier aimed at stopping migrants jumping onto UK-bound lorries.


The £2.5million structure, which is being funded by British taxpayers, will run 0.6 miles along the motorway leading to the French port.
The first concrete panels were moved into place by a crane on Saturday, with construction expected to be completed by the end of the year.





Work has begun on the so-called 'Great Wall of Calais' - a 13ft high concrete barrier aimed at stopping migrants jumping onto UK-bound lorries





The £2.5million structure, which is being funded by British taxpayers, will run 0.6 miles along the motorway leading to the French port





The barrier stretches nearly a mile along the main motorway to the port (seen on the map above) between the Jungle and the port


A legal challenge to stop construction of the wall mounted by the Calais mayor was overruled by the local administration.
Natacha Bouchart initially favoured a wall but then said there was no need for one because the French government had promised to close down the Jungle camp.

The Road Haulage Association, which represents UK truck drivers, also came out against the project.
Spokeswoman Kate Gibbs said:

'Money would be much better spent on boosting security along the approach road.

'This is being called the Great Wall of Calais but what good will it do?
'We are telling our drivers not to stop within 150 miles of Calais so they are not targeted by migrants.'

But immigration minister Robert Goodwill said in September the wall would halt the flow of migrants and keep drivers safe.

The Home Office said the measure would stop stowaways using projectiles in attempts to 'disrupt, delay or even attack vehicles approaching the port'.

In July official figures showed that one migrant is caught trying to sneak into the UK every six minutes – with 84,088 detentions at UK borders last year







The first concrete panels were moved into place by a crane on Saturday, with construction expected to be completed by the end of the year





A legal challenge to stop construction of the wall mounted by the Calais mayor was overruled by the local administration





The Home Office said the measure would stop stowaways using projectiles in attempts to 'disrupt, delay or even attack vehicles approaching the port'


The start of construction work comes as unaccompanied migrant children from the Jungle began arriving in Britain.
The Calais prefecture confirmed that two dozen unaccompanied minors were already bound for a new life in Britain, where they had family members.

'Five Syrian minors and one Afghan minor have just been transferred to the United Kingdom,' a spokesman said.

The children have been living in squalid conditions in the camp, which houses up to 10,000 migrants from Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
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