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The Home Office said tonight that 13 people found in a lorry in Kent, whose nationalities have yet to be confirmed, will be questioned later.
Officials had this warning for lorry drivers entering the UK:
Drivers and hauliers must take adequate steps to secure their vehicles from illegal immigrants trying to smuggle themselves across the border.
If a driver does not take these steps - and is found with people hiding in their vehicle - they will be issued with a civil penalty.
One person has been hospitalised after being found in the back of a lorry near the Dartford Crossing in Kent, along with 12 other people.
A South East Coast Ambulance Service spokeswoman said the person taken to hospital was not believed to be in a life-threatening condition.
They said: "Our crews assessed 13 individuals at the scene. One required transportation to hospital and they were taken to the Darent Valley Hospital. "They didn't appear to be in a life-threatening condition. The other 12 were taken to Dover."
Kent Police confirmed they were called to a report of suspected illegal immigrants but said that the immigration service was managing the investigation.
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Pierre Delalande from Eurostar said four trains in and out of England were affected, but that three of those had now reached their destination of London, while one was forced to turn back to the capital.
Trains do not run during the night and a full service is expected to resume this morning.
Mr Delalande said:
Four trains were affected - two from Paris to London, one from Brussels to London and one from London to Paris.
The only one that didn't make it was London to Paris because of a delay after the lightning, so went back to London.
Customers were offered taxis and hotels where necessary, he added.
Eurostar has confirmed that a lightning strike close to the UK entrance of the Eurotunnel has set a building on fire. As standard procedure, Eurostar services have been stopped until the fire is brought under control. Fire services are at the scene, but the flames are not yet under control.
4 trains have been affected by the fire. 1 London to Paris train has turned around and been sent back to London. 2 Paris to London trains and a Brussels to London train are still being held at either end of the tunnel, but are said to be moving "soon". No trains are being held in the tunnel.
A lightning strike near Folkestone in Kent has caused fires at 5 railway substations. A freight depot nearby is also alight, which is believed to be causing delays on the Eurostar.