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A couple who placed their trust in a smuggling gang offering them the false promise of a new life were found dead together, holding hands, tour thác bản giốc in the back of a shipping container. 
Tran Hai Loc and Nguyen Thi Van were still huddled together when they were discovered among the 39 dead Vietnamese migrants on October 23 last year.  
The couple, both 35, were found with their hands entwined, having suffocated in their airtight container as the temperature soared to 38.5C (101.3F).
After the smugglers responsible for killing the 39 migrants were jailed, the story of Tran and Nguyen came to light.  
Their bodies were carefully removed from the trailer, still holding hands, and taken to hospital, where they stayed together throughout the post-mortems.
Their families have since revealed how the couple had left their son, seven, and five-year-old daughter in the care of their grandparents, in order to build a new life for the family in the UK. 
Van's family showed ITV pictures of the young couple posing together at the airport on the day they left Vietnam. 
They are standing with two trolleys filled with luggage; clearly unaware they will be forced to leave it behind at some point in their deadly journey
Six weeks later, they were found dead in the back of the lorry in Essex.  
The young couple are posing together here at the airport on the day they left Vietnam.

They are standing with two trolleys filled with luggage; clearly unaware they will be forced to leave it behind at some point in their deadly journey
Tran Hai Loc and Nguyen Thi Van were still huddled together when they were discovered among the 39 dead Vietnamese migrants on October 23 last year
The couple had left their son, seven, and five-year-old daughter in the care of their grandparents, in order to build a new life for the family in the UK
The couple, both 35, were found with their hands entwined, having suffocated in their airtight container as the temperature soared to 38.5C (101.3F)
A graphic used by Essex Police illustrating location of the 39 bodies found inside a container lorry in Grays, Essex
Six people have been convicted after 39 men, women and children, kynghidongduong.vn aged 15 to 44, were found dead in the back of a lorry when it stopped in Thurrock, Essex, in October last year, after it had travelled into the UK from the port of Zeebrugge
At 1.07am, Robinson collected the trailer, some 12 hours after it was sealed.

He was instructed by Hughes via Snapchat to 'give them air quickly don't let them out'.
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