security officers temporarily halted eurotunnel service twice in the last two weeks, stranding train passengers and blocking vehicle traffic. trucks that carry goods from across europe are waiting in long lines. itn's peter smith reports on how migrants are managing to cross the border. >> a british legislatory british lorry driver filmed this. having gone through three screenings, security checks and border parole parole -- prom. the next checks don't go until he gets to britain. but a line of migrants are clearly seen where they are thought meant to be. nobody sees them, delivering cargo dwrectly into the u.k. this group is walking casually unconcerned unbeing rushed and unchallenged. they each queue up in single file and have time to look around for best spot to hide. in the hours that followed, 150 migrants desperately stormed the callais term flal causing services to be delayed and cancelled. another man aiming to get into be the train is seen running and jumping onto the tracks. yards away. they appear to work out this french port but they don't step in. instead, a thumbs up an
migrants desperate to reach england have made attempts to enter the eurotunnel. at least 1,500 migrants tried to storm the tunnel from the beverage french side. one was found dead. >> david cameron is saying that both countries are working to increase security at the tunnel. >> this is very concerning as you said. we're working closely with the french. the home secretary met with the interior minister. we invested money in the fencing around calais. we are putting fencing around the entrance at the tunnel. we're doing everything we can. >> the latest attempt follows a similar one late monday night, when tunnel officials say about 2,000 migrants tried to enter the eurotunnel in france. the british freight transportation administration released a statement saying the migrant situation has become, i'm quoting here, a national emergency. >> many syrians caught up in that country's civil war, dream of a future across the mediterranean in europe. >> if they have the money, smugglers can get them there. arwa damon is investigating the lucrative trade. here's our report.
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