The locomotive killed 74 sheep and shepherds in Eskişehir: The funeral of the shepherd İrfan Avcı, who lost his life in the incident, will be buried tomorrow.
In his statement to reporters, the head of Oklubal Village, Latif Ilk, who reminded of the incident, reminded that İrfan Avcı (44), who grazed sheep and goats at the Calf Çayırı, lost his life as a result of a locomotive crash while trying to save his flock.
Stating that 74 sheep were destroyed in the accident, Ilk said, “The shepherd noticed the train late, tried to stop it, but the job was laid off. I wish him mercy from Allah and condolences to his sorrowful family. This incident broke the whole village by law. ”
First, Bozüyük State Hospital in the morgue at the funeral, will be buried tomorrow after Friday prayers, he added.
Çoban İrfan Avcı lost his life due to a collision with a locomotive while he was trying to save his flock which was trying to pass through the conventional railway line in Eskişehir-Bilecik. The 400 sheep in the drifting 74 meter was destroyed.