Mihăescu Cristina Marius and his wife were returning by car from holiday in France with their daughter Sarah aged four years. How route back to the UK , where they live, it was through the Channel Tunnel, they were forced to transit where there were many clashes between immigrants and police, on the border of the two countries, near Calais.
The car slowed to Romanians as he approached the border crossing point at which, after the fence delineating the entrance to the Channel Tunnel flew a metal pole that measures about 2 meters. It actually stuck to the front of the car, destroying one of the headlights. How was thrown from a considerable distance and it was dark out (incident happening around 23 pm local time, at No. 24 in Romania), the Romanian police could not provide many details.
Calais jungle in the heart of Europe
France and Britain recognize overwhelmed and asked for help from the European Union to find a solution to solve the problem of immigrants in Calais stationed.They want to go to England in the hope of a better life, even without the necessary documentation but police did not allow it. Daily clashes occur between police and immigrants, they are often forced police to intervene to crimogene gas and rubber bullets in an attempt to handle the situation. People upset daily forcing wire fences and dams police.
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