Ankara YHT Accident Case to Start in January 13

ankara yht accident case will start in January
ankara yht accident case will start in January

Ankara YHT Accident Trial 13 to Begin in January; 13 in Ankara December 2018 The trial of the accused 9, which resulted in the death of the 10 person in 13, will begin in January 2020.

13 December 2018 The 3 engineer 9 lost his life in an accident caused by a collision of the high speed train on the Ankara-Konya route and the guide train for control on the rails. The investigation into the accident was completed last month and the 10 person was sued at the 15th Heavy Penal Court in Ankara, demanding imprisonment for up to 30 years on charges of 'causing more than one death and injury'.

13 January 2020 date for the court hearing, while the prisoner train station officer Osman Yildirim, the movement officer Sinan Yavuz, traffic controller Emin Ercan Erbey and the detained defendants Deputy YHT Ankara Station Deputy Director Kadir Oguz, Deputy Director of Traffic Service Ergun Tuna, YHT Traffic Service Manager Ünal Sayıner, YHT Ankara Manager Duran Yaman, Branch Manager Recep Kutlay, TCDD Traffic and Station Management Department Mükerrem Aydoğdu, TCDD Safety and Quality Management Department President Erol Tuna Aşkın, the first time to make a defense against the judge.

In the indictment completed last month, TCDD General Manager of the period found to be defective in the expert report İsa Apaydın and Ali İhsan Uygun, Assistant General Manager of the period, who is currently the General Manager of TCDD, did not appear as a suspect. The prosecution has asked the ministry for permission to investigate these two names.

WHAT HAPPENED?

Ankara - Konya High Speed ​​Train colliding with the same line collided with the train. 9 people lost their lives, 92 people were injured. 13 December 06.36'da marsandiz station in the tragedy of the 06.30'da Ankara to go to Konya, the train departing from the High Speed ​​Train Station, head-on collision with the locomotive returning from road control. After the accident, the two wagons of the high-speed train, 4 minutes after the derail to the foot of the overpass, hit the impact of a section of the overpass collapsed. At the time of the accident, the speed of the train was said to be around 80 - 90 km. (One day)

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