Painful life stories left after the attack

DIYARBAKIR-Painful life stories and tearful families left behind of those who lost their lives in the attack carried out by PKK with an explosive-laden vehicle in Bağlar, district of Diyarbakır.
DIYARBAKIR-Painful life stories and tearful families left behind of those who lost their lives in the attack carried out by PKK with an explosive-laden vehicle in Bağlar, district of Diyarbakır. 

Drama life-filled stories of massacred victims who were in streets or in their home during the attack of PKK are soul-shattering. It has learned that victims who have lost their lives, some were looking after to their orphan sibling, some migrated to Turkiye because of civil war in their country and some were looking after their families in their child age.

Zeynep Sevinçer

Zeynep Sevinçer was 28 when she lost her life in the attack. Having two children, one of them being 4 years old and the other being 4 months old, 15 days before the explosion Sevinçer got together being a home owner that she was expecting for years. However, the bomb of the PKK caused both Sevinçer's life and the destruction of the house. The death grabbed Sevinçer while she was preparing breakfast for her beloved children.

Halime Bulut

Another victim of the explosion is Halime Bulut (61) ... She was delighted with the birth of her pregnant girl, and she set out on the morning of explosion to see her grandchild. While she proceeded with heavy steps on the sidewalk opposite the bomb-laden minibus, she was also suffering from hearing problems due to her old-age condition. Again, in the explosion, Rıza Çınar who lost his life because he notices that the bomb is loaded in the minibus, he shouted around for moving away from the minibus, but Halime Bulut continued walking quietly because she could not give a meaning to the events. At that moment, the bomb-laden minibus exploded, took Halime Bulut without seeing he grandchild.

Halime Bulut also became a father to her 4 orphan children after she has lost her husband with renal failure in 1987. Her house also severely damaged in the explosion.

Merve Erman

Merve Erman, who had been sacrificed to the PKK bomb at the age of 16, she had begun working in her early age. Erman, who had lost her mother in childhood, was working to look after her disabled father and earns for the home. Death found her while she was waiting in the passenger stood to go to work in the morning.

Abdurrahman Hesen

Abdurrahman Hesen (39), who settled in Diyarbakir because of conflicts in Syria, he hasn’t got back to his home again he got out to go to work. The explosion found him waiting at the passenger station. 4 years ago after the demolition of his house by bombardment in the province of Haseke in Syria, Hesen migrated to Turkiye. A tearful wife and 3 children left behind of him. Hesen was buried in Heseke, in his hometown.

Riza Çinar

Rıza Çınar (25), who lost his life in the explosion, probably prevented further death by noticing the bomb-laden vehicle.

After the bomb-laden minibus hit to his car, Çınar was following the bomb-laden minibus with his car. He blocked the minibus and realized the bomb system when he opened the door to the attacker's driver. Çınar, who was trying to get away from the car, shouted that it was a minibus loaded with explosive and lost his life with the pieces of shrapnel that hit him. Çınar was a health care workers. He was buried in the cemetery of Yeniköy.

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