Three different reports for the death of Ebru Gültekin Ilıcalı: The third expert report on the death of the academician Ebru Gültekin Ilıcalı (41), who lost her life by getting stuck between the platform and the train as a result of the movement of the train two years ago, was completed. According to the expert report submitted to the court, TCDD and Conductor Süleyman Uğur Özkoç were found to be at fault, while mechanic Abdullah Çiğdem was found to be at fault. It was stated that Ebru Gültekin Ilıcalı had no defects.
“THE ACCIDENT WAS THE TRAIN MOVING WITHOUT CLOSING DOORS”
Civil Engineer, Expert Expert and Occupational Health and Safety Expert, The 3-page final report prepared by a 5-person expert delegation included witness and defendant statements, while Ebru Gültekin Ilıcalı stopped the baby carriage at Feneryolu Station, where the event took place. It was stated that he went through the turnstile. In the report of the expert committee, who evaluated the fact that the trainer did not notice someone who had a baby and a stroller on his lap while taking the passengers of the train and taking the waiting passengers, “The movement of the train while the stroller with a width of more than 3 centimeters in width between the door before the door closes shows that it is moving. It is understood that the train is moving before the doors are closed and this has caused the accident to occur. ”
REPORT OF THE MINISTRY
The report also touched upon the report prepared by the Deputy Head of Auditing Services, Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. In the report, “As it is claimed, the stroller can be trapped between the door and create a gap of more than 10 centimeters, although the train may still be in motion if the train's spare warning switch is activated, and in this key circuit, the system that prevents the movement of the train before the doors are closed is canceled, so It is stated that if the spare warning switch is turned on in the driver's cabin, if there is an object greater than 30 millimeters between the door, the door closed signal cannot be received and the train can move against it. ” In the expert report, this situation was interpreted as "the backup warning switch is disabled" due to the machinist's statement "I got the doors closed signal".
In the report, which also lists the main flaws that caused the death of Ebru Gültekin Ilıcalı, it was stated that the system that senses objects trapped between the door is not working, the distances between the train and the platform dock are not suitable for passenger safety and do not perform the duties of the people responsible for ensuring the safety of the passengers. In the report, which was noted that all of these issues are within the responsibility of TCDD, it was emphasized that TCDD operation and conductor Süleyman Uğur Özkoç is “principally flawed” and mechanic Abdullah Çiğdem is “flawed”. It was noted that Ebru Gültekin Ilıcalı, who died in the accident, had no defects.
2 SEPARATE EXECUTIVE REPORT
At the 30th hearing of the case before the Anatolian 4th Criminal Court of First Instance, the judge of the court decided to prepare a new report in order to eliminate the contradictions in the expert reports prepared previously with the re-prepared expert panel.
On the other hand, the first expert report submitted to the court regarding the accident had inflicted substantial flaws on the TCDD, the minor defect on the machinist Abdullah Çiğdem and the conductor Süleyman Uğur Özkoç. It was stated that Ebru Ilıcalı was perfect. In the second report submitted to the court, TCDD was defective, machinist Abdullah Çiğdem and conductor Süleyman Uğur Özkoç were found to be flawless, and mother Ilıcalı was found to be "imperfectly defective".
6 PLEASURE UP TO THE YEAR
In the accident that took place on July 11, 2012, with the help of the security officer at Feneryolu Train Station, Ebru Gültekin Ilıcalı, who had her 3-year-old son on the train, and was left outside as a result of closing the doors while trying to take the train with her baby carriage, fell into the space between the platform and the train. he had lost. After the incident, a lawsuit was filed against the train driver Abdullah Çiğdem and the conductor Süleyman Uğur Özkoç for a prison sentence of 2 to 6 years for 'causing death by negligence'.