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>> The view from heat detecting cameras mounted on a helicopter, picking up on bodies in places they shouldn't be. Illegal migrants crossing the Austrian border into Germany on freight trains, and risking their lives, probably not for the first time. A Reuters camera crew was traveling with German police when this group was discovered, a dozen people hiding on a train.
Among them, five minors and one injured. Unable to walk alone and visibly in pain. Many others found dressed in shorts and t-shirts, shivering and thought to be hypothermic. It's a paralyze journey with trains traveling at a 150 kilometers an hour. This train had been traveling from Verona to Munich.
The group made it less than an hour pass the border. But they're not the only ones. Authorities say, freight trains smuggling is on the rise in Germany. From 20 in the first half of the year, to 100 in July alone. Many from Somalia, Nigeria and Ivory Coast on the last leg of their journey.