Çorlu Train Accident Case Postponed Due To Covid-19 Outbreak

corlu train crash case postponed due to covid epidemic
corlu train crash case postponed due to covid epidemic

The trial of the train accident case in Çorlu district of Tekirdağ, where 25 citizens died and 328 were injured, was delayed due to the covid-19 outbreak.

From the town of Uzunköprü in Edirne HalkalıPassenger train, which has 362 passengers and 6 personnel moving to go to Istanbul, was derailed around Çorlu district of Tekirdağ on July 8, 2018, 7 children, 25 citizens lost their lives and 328 people were injured. The 15th hearing of today's case at Çorlu Public Education Center July 4th Hall was postponed to June 19 within the scope of covid-25 measures.

Yunus Tuğlu, the lawyer of the citizens who died in the accident, stated that postponing the hearing was the right decision and said, “A file where the parties are crowded. The best decision to postpone due to the Covid-19 outbreak said. The hearing was postponed to 25 June.


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