UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Several policemen were injured in the explosion of a bus by an improvised explosive device in the Turkish province of Adana, according to local authorities.
A homemade bomb exploded on a police bus in Adana province, southern Turkey, injuring several people, Governor Mahmut Demirtas said on Wednesday.
Kanlı eller hain planlar peşinde. Yüreğir'de çevik kuvvet polislerimizin servis aracına bombalı saldırı düzenlendi. Çok şükür can kaybı yok. Emniyet güçlerimize geçmiş olsun. Teröre lanet olsun. #Adana pic.twitter.com/KyGhLnaGQe
— Ayhan BİNBOĞA (@AyhanBinboga) September 25, 2019
“Several policemen were injured in the explosion of a bus by improvised explosive device in Yuregir district. They were transported to the hospital. Their state of health is not worrying, “said the governor at the NTV channel.
Adana'nin Yuregir ilcesinde cevik kuvvet polislerini tasiyan servis aracina bombali saldiri duzenlendi. Cok sayida yarali var.
Aracin zirhli olmasi daha da buyuk bir faciayi onledi.
Saldirinin yeri ve Firat’in dogusu ile zamanlamasi ilk anda PKK’yı dusunduruyor.
(Foto: IHA) pic.twitter.com/1FcVxEP22M
— Turan Oguz (@TyrannosurusRex) September 25, 2019
According to it, at least five officers were injured.
— ANADOLU AJANSI (@anadoluajansi) September 25, 2019
Images broadcast by Turkish media showed the damaged bus under a pedestrian bridge in Yuregir district.
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