Travelling via the Eurotunnel

If you attempt to travel through the Eurotunnel, you risk detection, being hit by a train or electrocution. If you are detected, you will be arrested. The surveillance inside and around the entrance and exit of this tunnel is very tight. There are over 400 security cameras, several miles of high security fencing and staff who monitor the area. Trains pass through the tunnel at up to 100 miles per hour and there have been cases of migrants dying of electrocution while attempting this journey.

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