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Workers at Tilbury Docks in Essex discovered the group of 35 illegal immigrants when they heard 'screaming and banging' coming from inside a container on board this vessel ''
A murder probe has been opened after a group of illegal immigrants were found inside a shipping container at Tilbury Docks.
One man has died while 34 others, including seven children, have been taken to hospital to be treated for 'severe dehydration and hypothermia'
The group of stowaways, believed to be from the Indian sub-continent, arrived on the P&O commercial ferry this morning following a 10-hour overnight journey from Zeebrugge in Belgium.
Dock workers made the shocking discovery when they heard 'screaming and banging' while unloading the ship.
The P&O commercial ferry - called the Norstream - left Zeebrugge in Belgium at 10pm last night and arrived in the Essex docks at 6am ''
The A&E department at Basildon University Hospital has been sealed off by police as a 'decontamination area'
Basildon University Hospital has sealed off its A&E department as a 'decontamination zone' and said on its Twitter feed that it is 'responding to a major incident'.
Essex Police confirmed that a homicide investigation has been opened and the death of the man is being treated as 'suspicious'.
A spokesman for the hospital said they are providing treatment for 18 people including seven children. Reports suggest they are being treated for severe dehydration and hypothermia.
An aerial image shows the emergency services at the scene in Tilbury Docks, Essex. Pictured is the blue container believed to have been carrying the stowaways''
Officers were called after the group were discovered when the vessel was being unloaded ''
The patients at Basildon University Hospital are reportedly being treated for dehydration and hypothermia''
The East of England Ambulance service confirmed a hazardous area response team had been sent.
They said they were called to the docks at 6.37am to treat people who had been found in a container.
A spokesman said: 'We sent seven ambulances, two rapid response cars, a patient transport services vehicle, two duty operational managers, two Basics doctors and our hazardous area response team (Hart), a number of which are still on scene.
'After initial treatment by ambulance crews, all patients have now been conveyed to surrounding hospitals for further care; seven have been taken to Southend Hospital, nine to London Whitechapel Hospital and 18 to Basildon Hospital.'
A security van is parked outside the 'decontamination area' at Basildon University Hospital in Essex''
Superintendent Trevor Roe from Essex Police (left) and Assistant Chief Ambulance Officer Daniel Gore from East of England Ambulance Service (right) address the media at a press conference''
'Our initial priority is to assess the level and nature of any injuries, and ensure that those people in most need are treated first and taken to hospital.
'At present, we have taken two patients to Basildon and Thurrock Hospital and are still on scene treating and triaging others.
'We are working closely with other members of the emergency services at the scene, with our priority to ensure patients receive the medical help they need as quickly as possible.'
Belgian police are assisting Essex Police with their investigation and examining CCTV footage as part of their enquiries.
One man has died after a group of 31 suspected illegal immigrants were found inside a shipping container at Tilbury Docks in Essex''
The ship (not pictured) was travelling from Zeebrugge in Belgium and was being unloaded when the group was discovered''
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