Arel University Building, which was evacuated as a precautionary measure in Istanbul, collapsed

Arel University Building, which was evacuated as a precautionary measure in Istanbul, collapsed
Arel University Building, which was evacuated as a precautionary measure in Istanbul, collapsed

As a result of the collapse of the retaining wall of a residential construction site in Istanbul Küçükçekmece, the three-storey building of the adjacent Istanbul Arel University also collapsed, causing major damage to the main building of the university.

in Sefakoy Halkalı A retaining wall collapsed as the bored piles applied to reinforce the ground exploded at a residential construction site on St.

Due to the collapse, the three-storey building of the private Istanbul Arel University, next to the construction site, also collapsed. There was also extensive damage to one corner of the university's main building. Upon the notice, firefighters, AFAD, police and municipal police teams were dispatched to the region. After the first inspection, the university building was evacuated as a precaution and a strip was drawn around it.

AFAD teams continue to investigate whether there is any impact on other buildings and apartments around the construction site.

Due to the collapse that occurred at the construction site in the evening, the adjacent private university building was evacuated as a precaution.

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Küçükçekmece Mayor Kemal Çebi also came to the scene and examined the construction site. Çebi stated that after the collapse, the relevant teams of the municipality examined the construction site and took precautions.

Stating that the area where the collapse occurred will be filled, Çebi stated that according to the measurements made, there is no cause for concern for the surrounding houses. Cebi also noted that as a precaution, it is planned to suspend education at the university, which is located next to the construction site, tomorrow.

Günceleme: 24/10/2022 11:40

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