None of the people found travelling in a lorry in Somerset are expected to require hospital treatment, a spokesman for South Western Ambulance Service has said.
Paramedics were treating 15 individuals - 12 males and three males - at the scene after they showed signs of dehydration.
Two ambulances and two rapid response vehicles responded to a call at 3:13pm this afternoon.
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