There is a search for the driver who drove a minibus full of passengers – including two dead bodies of migrants – from Hungary to Austria.
According to BBC News Troops from Austria who searched the bus had discovered and reported that the driver was nowhere to be found immediately after they stopped the bus.
According to reports the police told news agencies, they had found about 30 migrants on the bus, and a large number of them had come from Syria.
There has been a similar story six years ago when the Austrian Military men had discovered 71 migrants dead.
READ ALSO: Six Migrants Die In Tunisia Desert Journey
Findings were they had died of suffocation and this had led the Hungarian government to lock up about 4 people they felt were behind this issue.
On Tuesday when this happened, police identified the two bodies as young males in their 20s.
According to the police, an autopsy would have to be undergone to specifically tell the cause of death.
Dogs, drones and helicopters have been sent out in the quest of the driver so reports are yet to be made on that aspect.
The Governor of Burgenland located in Eastern Austria, Hans Peter Doskovil, admitted that the similarity in the situation of Tuesday and that of 6 years ago was terrifying.
He stated how smuggling human beings are dehumanizing and dangerous to individual humans.
He further called out to Europe for the reform of how asylum proceedings are undergone.