Breaking News US/Australia ll Police round up 23 migrants 'like Texas Rangers'

Police rounded up nearly two dozen would-be migrants after they spilled out of a fruit lorry at a motorway service station Officers looked like 'Texas Rangers' according to one eye-witness who said the 23 men said 'spewed' out of the parked lorry The detainees were taken to a Home Office immigration centre Police were called to the Roadchef services at junction 8 of the M20 in Maidstone, Kent, yesterday at 12 30pmPictures of the scene show the immigrants lying on the tarmac of the car park, at th rear of the British lorry as police and medics attend to them Share this article Share Witnesses said the group were all male and aged between 15 and 35 Sean Briggs, 31, was having a coffee at the service station when he saw spotted the immigrants He said: 'I just saw a lorry pull into the Roadchef and 23 guys spewed out of the wagon 'The police and Border Force came a couple of seconds later and rounded them up like they were Texas Rangers 'There were about 15 police officers, six medics, and four or five Border Force officials 'They took some of the immigrants into the service station so they could relieve themselves 'He added: 'It took ten to 15 minutes for police to deal with them They searched them and gave them some water

'You do see a lot of stuff like this on the motorways 'Maidstone Roadchef services are located about 50 miles inland from Dover Ferry Port, where the lorry is thought to have entered the country A Home Office spokesman, confirmed its immigration officials also attended after Kent Police contacted them He added: 'Twenty three males were referred to the Home Office and are being interviewed by immigration officials  Their nationalities are not yet known' 

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