Pelin Kaya Death – Pelin Kaya, a woman from Turkey, has been named as the person who perished in a terrible car accident that occurred in the wee hours of the morning. In the early hours of this morning, Kaya was struck and murdered by a BMW that was allegedly being driven by a French national with Maltese citizenship named Jeremie Camilleri, who is 33 years old. The BMW then plowed into a catering establishment. Today was Kaya’s birthday. The driver of the BMW that was involved in the collision was able to get out of the vehicle and walk to the other side of the road unharmed, as seen on the video clip.
At one in the morning, the collision took place on Testaferrata Street, close to a gas station. Camilleri, who was born in the city of Toulouse in France but now resides in Lija, had been placed on probation after admitting to two petty thefts on January 2, 2023. The stolen health supplements had a total value of €92, and they had been taken from stores in Attard and Sliema. Both stores were burglarized on the same day. In order for the police to control him and place him under arrest, they had to deploy a taser.
Related topic: At least 32 people killed in Turkey in separate road accidents
In south-east Turkey on Saturday, first responders addressing earlier accidents were struck by vehicles, killing at least 32 people, according to authorities. According to regional governor Davut Gul of the south-eastern province of Gaziantep, sixteen persons, including emergency personnel and journalists, perished when a bus slammed into the scene of an earlier accident. Twenty more people who were injured sought medical attention. At the scene of the accident on the route east of Gaziantep, Gul said, “A passenger bus collided here at around 10.45 this morning.
“While the fire brigade, medical teams and other colleagues were responding to the accident, another bus crashed 200 metres behind. The second bus slid to this site and hit the first responders and the wounded people on the ground.” The interior minister, Süleyman Soylu, tweeted that three firefighters, two paramedics, and two journalists were among those murdered on the motorway between Gaziantep and Nizip. He noted that a number of the fatalities occurred on the bus. According to the Ilhas news agency, two of its reporters died after stopping to assist the accident victims.
Television footage displayed a bus laying on its side next to the roadway and an ambulance with significant damage to its rear. Separately, a truck hit a site 250km (155 miles) to the east in the Derik district of Mardin, where first respondents were also attending to an accident, according to footage. According to Turkey’s health minister, Fahrettin Koca, the incident in Mardin resulted in 16 fatalities and 29 injuries, with eight of the injured being in serious condition. Turkey’s track record for driving safety is terrible. 5,362 individuals were killed in traffic accidents in 2017, according to the authorities.
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