The car, which included two families from Bulgaria, who went to Konya for a bone marrow transplant for their 7-year-old child, collided with a mini-truck in the town of Kulu.
The car, which included two families from Bulgaria, who went to Konya for a bone marrow transplant for their 7-year-old child, collided with a mini-truck in the town of Kulu. Three people injured in the accident were taken to hospital.
The accident occurred at the Alpaslan district junction in Kullu at approximately 09:00. According to the information obtained, the vehicle with license plate CB 3441 PC under the supervision of Khalil Hassan (32) and the car with license plate A 5933 MK, whose driver could not be known, collided with the truck with plate 34 FE 161 whose driving could not be learned when Intersection while driving one by one. The car with license plate A 5933 MK, which had spun out of control with the violence of the collision, went into the middle and hit the turn signal. The two drivers, Khalil Hassan, 6-year-old Nadeem Hussein, and 36-year-old Gulsen Khalil Othman, were injured in the accident. Ambulance teams, firefighters and police were dispatched to the scene when surrounding people were notified. Firefighters rescued Gulsen Halit Osman, one of the injured trapped in the scrapped car, from which he was after a long work. Ambulances took three injured people to Kullu Government Hospital. Gülsen Halil Osman, who was in danger of life, was taken to Konya after the first intervention.
Mrs. Fatma, who was in the other car, said she had gone from Varna, Bulgaria, to Konya to perform a bone marrow transplant of a 7-year-old boy who was with her.
An investigation into the accident has begun.
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