THESSALONIKI, GREECE: Forty-one migrants were found alive in a refrigerated truck in northern Greece on Monday, said police, who arrested the driver.
The migrants, of apparent Afghan origin, were mostly in good condition but seven received first aid in hospital, the police said.
"The truck contained men and boys. Identifying their nationality will require a couple of days," a police source told AFP.
The truck was stopped by police on the Egnatia motorway between the towns of Xanthi and Komotini.
The driver, a man from Georgia, was arrested.
Local media reported that police were also seeking a second man from Turkey in connection with the incident.
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