Following Survivors: Aidi – BBC News
so at the border you don’t need to show your passport documents or anything we crossed down right maybe I can accident happened maybe police catch it they have one dream I were working office I so much love love to work in office that’s my dream I will do that I’m sure yeah and then I seen my father and mother and sister and brother I can so happy and then I do it like that and I cried so much and my mother we can write and do it like that that’s my daughter and so happy with youEurope is trying to close its borders to people smugglers, but migrants are still being brought through on dangerous – and expensive – routes. BBC News tracked down the survivors of a serious accident on the ‘Balkan’ route, to find out what this journey is really like, and how people get into Western Europe.
The story starts with a van crash on the ‘Balkan route’ through Turkey and Eastern Europe – the route that the governments of Germany, Austria and Hungary have tried to stop. One of these smugglers was driving a van full of men women and children from Northern Iraq, when Hungarian police gave chase. A serious accident followed, killing two and injuring 17.
Over the following months, BBC News tracked down all the survivors, to see what really happens to the people that countries like Hungary are trying to keep out of Europe.
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