Arifiye district collapsed yht station in the case of the new development: the Arifiye district of Sakarya High Speed Train (YHT) station after the collapse of the pier as a result of the collapse of the pavilion Sakarya Adliyesi court case was held in the second.
The high speed train that runs from Ankara to Istanbul (YHT) was a bridge between the Sapanca-Pamukova stops. The 29 May 2014 was at the Arifiye station. 5 worker who was wounded from underneath the debris was taken to Sakarya Training and Research Hospital.
After the accident Sakarya Court 4. The second hearing of the case opened at the Criminal Court of First Instance. The defendant, the defendant's lawyers and the victim's attorneys attended the case, which was opened on charges of ları Causing the Injury of an Injured Person “. The court heard the witness, Adem B., who was wounded during the collapse. Um I was working at the construction site where the accident occurred. I'm wounded, my arm's broken. I was using an instrument that used to shake the concrete during construction. I worked in the mold. The mold was made as required. I don't know if it's done on their audits. We told it from the start that we should have used steel mold at the pier. However, the use of wooden scaffolding was considered appropriate. We made the mold according to him. 80-90 's concrete was poured on the construction of that day. The pier collapsed and we fell. Mostly I was injured with Ali. Ali is the pump operator of the concrete plant. The remote is controlled. He could have stopped there. He could have stopped elsewhere. However, it is useful to stay close. There was no operator error either. He didn't stack concrete. It was evenly distributed. I think it's a scaffolding mistake. If it were steel could not have collapsed ”he said.
In the two hearings, the court heard the case and sent the case as a whole to the Istanbul Criminal Court of First Instance, and forwarded the case to a later date as the case was transferred to a panel of experts in the field of occupational safety, 3.