Armored vehicle hits home in Turkiye’s Silopi kills 2 children


Armored vehicle hits home in Turkiye’s Silopi kills 2 children

Added date : 2017-05-04 15:48

SIRNAK - In the Şırnak’s Silopi, police armored vehicle hit a house and the two sleeping children died tragically.

Armored vehicle hits home in Turkiye’s Silopi kills 2 children

In Silopi's Karşıyaka neighborhood, police armored vehicle hit a house wall. The two children who fell under the wall collapsed as a result of the crash, lost their lives.

The incident took place at 23:50 at Karsiyaka neighborhood in 715th Street. According to the information, armored police vehicle for an unknown reason, hit the wall of a house belong to Mesut Yıldırım

Muhammad (7) and Furkan (6) Yıldırım brothers lost their lives in the room while the wall was being demolished by the impact effect.

Numerous policemen were dispatched to the scene after the accident. The prosecutor came to the scene and examined.

Children who lost their lives were removed to Silopi State Hospital. For two children who lost their lives condolence was established in Osman Mosque.

The investigation about this case is still ongoing. (ILKHA)

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