A loving and hardworking man was reportedly found dead behind the wheel after a long shift.
According to reports from local media outlets, the van driver worked a staggering 14 hours in a day and that was just ahead of Black Friday. Now, hearing reports of his tragic death ahead of the mega-shopping event has left the community devastated for obvious reasons.
49-year-old courier named Warren Norton reportedly died inside his vehicle while working ahead of Black Friday, sources explained.
He was reportedly found in a slouched position and many thought that it was perhaps due to overstress or being overworked.
Both paramedics and the cops rushed to the scene. The first responders tried hard to revive him but it was in vain. He was gone.
Colleagues spoke about how he died after being on a mission to send out as many parcels as possible and November 25 was a holiday.
The exact location of his death was outlined to be the DPD depot at Dartford in Kent, as confirmed by The Sun.
Another close source near the victim says that he was a very hardworking and diligent man. They also mentioned how the managers were able to coax him easily so that he could work long days and even longer hours as they knew he was self-employed.
Orders like, ‘the warehouse floor must be cleared of all parcels at any cost”- were even spoken about.
Those who initially came near him and saw his state thought he was so exhausted from all the work he was busy taking part in. Little were they aware that he was dead. No CPR or defibrillator could save him, local media outlets explained.
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