Reports in Vietnam say the bodies of 16 of the 39 Vietnamese who died when human traffickers carried them by truck to England last month have been repatriated to their homeland. The bodies arrived Wednesday morning on a flight that landed in Hanoi. Their bodies were transferred to ambulances to carry them to their home provinces south of Hanoi. The bodies of victims were aged between 15 and 44 were found October 23 in the English town of Grays, which east of London. The 31 men and eight women are believed to have paid human traffickers for their clandestine transit into England. Several suspects have been arrested in the UK and Vietnam.