Five cars burned down: another explosion thundered in Istanbul (video)

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Five cars burned down: another explosion occurred in Istanbul (video)

At first, the media reported that a car bomb had exploded, but later it was reported that a technical malfunction of the car could have caused the incident.

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Another explosion occurred in Istanbul on the evening of November 15. This time, the incident took place in the historic center in the Fatih district, where, according to Haber Turk, five cars burned down. According to journalists, a car bomb exploded.

It is reported that the driver of one car noticed that smoke was rising from his car, stood on the side of the road and asked for help from those around him. But the flames spread to four more cars that were parked on the side of the road. As a result of a car fire, an explosion occurred, due to which one of the buildings and the ATM were damaged.

A large number of rescuers went to the fire site, localized the ignition of cars, and also extinguished the fire in a neighboring building.

Five burned cars: another explosion thundered in Istanbul (video)

Five cars burned down: another explosion in Istanbul (video)

Five cars burned down: another explosion in Istanbul (video)

Five burned cars: another explosion thundered in Istanbul (video)

There was no information about the dead and injured. The cause of the vehicle fire has not yet been announced, but Sozcu journalists report that it was a technical malfunction of one of the vehicles.

“During the movement, there was a smell of diesel fuel. I stopped his car to withdraw money from an ATM. I checked if it would work again before going to the ATM. Meanwhile, the car started to catch fire. I got out. The fire also spread to other vehicles,” the owner of the car said.

Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu, shortly after the explosion, said that the attack was planned in a city with a Kurdish population in northern Syria, blaming the PKK. In response, the PKK leadership denied the accusations and declared that they were not involved in the explosion in Istanbul.