A man trapped for 24 hours beneath storage divisions in a chilled food warehouse has died, police confirmed.
Rescue teams were called to reports of a human stuck under collapsed divisions on Iceni Way in Haverhill, Suffolk, at 13:44 GMT on Thursday.
Dzintars Klementjevs, who was in his 40 s, died at Culina Logistics’ temperature-controlled storage facility.
Suffolk Police said nobody else was hurt at the site.
Emergency services are still at the scene and police are continuing to investigate the death.
Culina Logistics CEO Steve Winwood said: “It is with the deepest regret that I am now in a position to confirm that a serious accident occurred, which tragically resulted in the fatality of Dzintars Klementjevs at our Haverhill site.
“Dzintars had worked with the company for six years in total and was a highly valued and respected member of the warehouse squad. He will be sadly missed.”
“The management team is cooperating fully with the authorities to establish the circumstances surrounding this tragic accident.”
According to the company’s website the 191,000 sq ft warehouse has capability for 23,500 pallets.