A Lawsuit Concerning the Train Accident in Mersin: The investigation on the train accident, which occurred on 20 March in Mersin and killed 12 people and injured 2 people, was completed.
The investigation of the train accident that took place on 20 March in Mersin, where 12 people died and 2 injured, was completed. According to the expert report in the indictment prepared by the prosecutor, it was stated that the barrier officer was 60 percent, TCDD was 30 percent and the service driver was 10 percent defective.
In the indictment prepared by the Public Prosecutor Ali Avan, who carried out the investigation into the train accident, 10 people were at the scene of the accident, which occurred when the service vehicle under the direction of Fahri Kaya was on the rails, when the barriers at the 'controlled level crossing' were open and continued to pass without slowing down. It was stated that 2 people died in the health institutions where they were treated. It was also noted that Uğur Ateş and Servet Çelik were injured in the accident. In the indictment, it is stated that Erhan K. worked as a barrier guard at the level crossing where the incident occurred and that he did not close the barriers during the train crossing, kazanHow it came about is also explained.
In the expert report prepared about the accident, it was stated that the barrier officer Erhan K. could be absent during the accident, “I am of the opinion that the barriers are open when the service vehicle passes. It is not possible for the vehicle to push through the barriers. No wear and breakage were detected in the barriers. It was understood that the officer did not close the barriers as a result of a thoughtfulness. I believe that Erhan K. is at first degree 60 percent originally defective. ”
KazanIn the report, which also included the determination that the containers located near the place where the incident occurred, negatively affected the vision angles of the barrier guard and vehicle drivers, it was noted that the Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) General Directorate was 30 percent primarily defective on the grounds that there were not enough warning systems at the level crossing. It was stated that the shuttle driver, Fahri K., had to do road control even if the barriers were open, so he had a secondary defect of 10 percent in the second degree.
In the indictment, which was accepted by the Mersin 1st High Criminal Court, it was stated that the barrier officer Erhan K. and the service driver Fahri K. 'were found to have been killed and injured by negligence, and that they were arrested for crime thrown on them for 15 years. They were asked to be punished with imprisonment.
20 people died and 62028 were injured as a result of the passenger train 33, which made the Mersin-Adana trip on 1104 March in the central Mediterranean district of Adanalıoğlu, hit by a 12 M 2 plate minibus under the direction of Fahri K.