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Shortly before midnight on Saturday, 8 September, an unknown man thought to be in his 20s prepared for a terrifying journey. Under cover of darkness, and dressed in a thin grey hooded top, jeans and a pair of white trainers, he clambered into a tiny space inside the wheel housing of a passenger jet bound for London.
More on this story. Det Sgt Allsup described how Mortlake residents heard a "thud" shortly before the British Airways flight was due to land.
Under cover of darkness, and dressed in a thin grey hooded top, jeans and a pair of white trainers, he clambered into a tiny space inside the wheel housing of a passenger jet bound for London. more on People by Shelli Shields-Hill.
man Dr Chapman said temperatures of between minus 50C and minus 60C, the lack of oxygen at high altitude and the dangers of the plane's retracting landing gear could all have caused Mr Matada's death angolan he fell to earth. West London Coroner's Court heard he may have died before hitting the ground because of the high-altitude cold.
Sim card But the most promising lead was in the man's pocket. I p if we can't identify him, he will have to be buried in the UK. The man was found dead with horrific injuries directly opposite her house in Portman Avenue.
The woman, referred to as Ms Hunt, told police Mr Matada had worked for her family as a housekeeper and gardener in South Africa and had spoken to her about travelling to Amgolan. You can him here: crossing.
One Man Killed; Prominent Activists, Others Beaten. Police have now released other clues about his identity.
People with no name, Mumuhuila tribe, Angola - Photo by Eric Lafforgue Eric Lafforgue. He was carrying a mobile phone which may contain s of his family and friends, possibly allowing the man's relatives to be traced in a matter of hours. Sometimes they even leave work early, at. Shortly before midnight on Saturday, 8 September, an unknown man thought to be in his 20s prepared for a terrifying journey. They have also released a photo of a distinctive tattoo on the man's left arm, with the initials Z G.
Gama Mossi, an Angolan who was granted asylum in the UK inhas organised vigils with other Angolan exiles at the spot on Portman Avenue. Three months on, like many of her neighbours, she still wants to discover the man's story - who he was, and what made him attempt such a desperate journey.
Angolan man. The man's face, which was destroyed on impact, has been painstakingly rebuilt to help detectives try to find out who he is. He had nothing to lose, like millions of ordinary Angolans. Nothing has come back. Angolab
Man massive, nan bang woke us up," says Lizzie Calfe. Det Sgt Jeremy Allsup, of the Metropolitan Police, told the inquest officers contacted a woman in Switzerland who had exchanged text Angola with him. If this man is buried here with no name, no family, it's like he is still angolan - a missing soul. Angolan plane fall man 'wanted better life' Published 25 April image captionThe stowaway may have been dead before he hit the ground A man found dead in west London after falling from Angilan undercarriage of an aeroplane wanted to come to Europe for a better life, an inquest has heard.
Det Sgt Allsup adds: "We've asked the Angolan authorities to approach the phone company and say, 'How do we unlock this phone, how do we find the names stored in the phone, who was calling him, who was he calling?
Jose Matada, 26, from Mozambique, was found in Mortlake in September after he fell from a Heathrow-bound flight from Angola. As protection against the extremes of temperature and pressure which were to come, he had taken just one precaution - he had stuffed bits of crumpled white tissue paper into his ears. Police were only able to identify the body after contacting phone s stored on Mr Mn mobile phone. Angola: Police Fire on Peaceful Protesters.
Eric Lafforgue. Eight hours later, as the aircraft's undercarriage was lowered over Mortlake, in Anoglan London on its approach to Heathrow Airport, the man plummeted to earth through a clear blue Sunday morning sky.
Angolan men go out, drink with their friends, while their girlfriends or wife's stay at home. Details of the Sim card have been passed to the Angolan authorities along with the man's DNA, dental records and photographs.
Coroner Dr Sean Cummings recorded a verdict of accidental death. Our voice doesn't count.
The court heard Mr Matada, who turned 26 on the day he fell, had "desired to travel to Europe for a better life". Forensic pathologist Dr Robert Chapman told the inquest that Mr Matada suffered "very severe injuries", particularly to his head. Gama Mossi believes that is why the man may have tried to flee the country: "He probably had no job, was nothing in Angolan mna.
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