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09.01.2016 11:06 News >> 8 Killed As A Refugee Bus Crashes In Western Turkey

8 Killed As A Refugee Bus Crashes In Western Turkey

At least eight people were reported to have been killed and 42 others injured Friday when a bus carrying illegal refugees overturned in western Turkish province of Balıkesir TurkeyThe accident took place in Hayran town of the province of Balikesir early Friday, killing the driver of the bus and seven.

At least eight people were reported to have been killed and 42 others injured Friday when a bus carrying illegal refugees overturned in western Turkish province of Balıkesir Turkey

The accident took place in Hayran town of the province of Balikesir early Friday, killing the driver of the bus and seven refugees on the scene. Injured including seven in critical conditions were sent to three close-by hospitals for treatment.

Reportedly the bus was carrying illegal refugees wanting to go to the Greek island of Lesbos, according to the report.

Police has launched an investigation into the accident.

More than 3,000 refugees fleeing war-torn Syria lost their lives on the way to Greek islands via Turkey, according to the International Organization for Migration.

Over 600,000 refugees have reportedly reached Greek islands in 2015, in a crisis that has alarmed the European Union (EU).

The EU and Turkish leaders reached a deal in November for curbing the refugee influx from the Middle East to Europe.

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Saturday, January 09, 2016 SOURCE CİHAN

-Var of the location where the accident took place
-Var of gendarmerie units
-Var of bus involved the accident
-Var of dead bodies lying on the grounds
-Var of smashed barriers
-Var of gendarmerie and the crime scene units
-Security band is being rounded the scene of the accident
-Var of smashed bus
-Var of gendarmerie units while working at the scene
-Var of dead bodies of the passengers removing from the bus
-Var of the dead bodies putting to the coffins and taken to the funeral vehicles

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