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Tragic head-on collision claims life in occupied territory

Investigation underway in fatal collision on Kyrenia-Karavas road


In a heart-wrenching incident, a fatal head-on collision occurred this morning in the occupied territory, resulting in the tragic loss of a life. The incident unfolded at approximately 07:10 a.m. on Monday, according to reports from the self-declared state's police.

According to a report on Omega Live, the collision took place on the Kyrenia-Karavas Road, a crucial route in the occupied areas. Details are still emerging, but it is evident that the crash had devastating consequences.

The victim of this unfortunate accident has been identified as Mehmet Gürtun, who lost his life in the collision. The authorities are working diligently to determine the exact circumstances that led to this tragedy.

Local law enforcement and emergency response teams rushed to the scene to provide immediate assistance and investigate the incident. Preliminary information suggests that the collision was a result of a head-on impact between two vehicles, although the specific factors leading to this tragic occurrence are yet to be fully clarified.

The Kyrenia-Karavas Road has witnessed its share of accidents and concerns regarding road safety in the occupied territory. Local authorities have been grappling with ensuring the safety of commuters on this vital route. This recent incident highlights the pressing need for further measures to prevent such tragic accidents in the future.

As investigations continue and more details become available, our hearts go out to the family and friends of Mehmet Gürtun, who must now grapple with the loss of a loved one. As reported by Omega Live, this tragic event serves as a stark reminder of the importance of road safety and the need for continuous efforts to prevent accidents on these perilous roads.

The authorities are committed to a thorough investigation into this incident to ascertain the precise causes and to implement measures that can enhance road safety in the occupied territory. We will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available.

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