Ankara, Kızılay-Batıkent met with the news of the accident occurred on the Metro Line. Mayor of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Assoc. Dr. Mustafa Tuna, taking information from the authorities in the accident site, made investigations.
In the early hours of the nation scissors in the region as a result of the collision of two subway trains in the accident, no loss of life, Metropolitan Municipality teams immediately intervened.
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Tuna, who stated that the damage assessment studies continued after the accident, stated that there were no casualties and injuries in the accident:
Imiz It is our only consolation that there are no casualties and injuries. I hope the repair and maintenance of this accident will take place quickly. We make an effort to return to normal flights. Damage is a bit big and there is at least two days of trouble, more than two days can be found, reviews continue. H
GÜN WE ARE WORKING TO GROW ON THE MONDAY OF THE MONDAY “
With the lifting of the wagons after the accident, the damage rate under the rails and the time required for the repair will be more clear, Tuna said, stressing that they are working to train the normal flights until Monday, saying:
. There is no such accident in the case of passengers. Because the metro trains are close together. An investigation was started about the negligent ones in the accident. Of course an unwanted accident. Our friends are trying to grow up on Monday. It is our hope that after the lifting of the wagons there is little damage and to train up to Monday. Tem
ADDITIONAL BUS SEASONS ATTACHED
President Tuna, said in a statement to the reporters, citizens to add additional bus services to prevent victimization, stating that, said:
. We will provide reinforcements with our bus schedules so that our citizens will not have any trouble. We started additional flights. We endeavor to ensure that our citizens are less affected by the problems in transportation. It will be an effect, but we will reinforce our bus services to minimize this. İl