The firefighter who handed the bag full of gold from the wreckage to the police spoke

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The firefighter who handed the bag full of gold from the wreckage to the police spoke




Mehmet Kaya (45), the firefighter who handed over the bag full of gold and jewelery to the police during the search and rescue efforts in the Doganlar Apartment, which was destroyed in the earthquake in Izmir, said that saving people's lives is very valuable for us.


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Mehmet Kaya (45), the firefighter who handed over the bag full of gold and jewelery to the police during the search and rescue efforts in the Doganlar Apartment, which was destroyed in the earthquake in Izmir, said that saving people’s lives is very valuable for us.


Mehmet Kaya (45), the firefighter who handed over the bag full of gold and jewelery found to the police during the search and rescue efforts in the Doğanlar Apartment, which was destroyed in the earthquake in İZMİR, said, “It is very valuable for us to save people’s lives.”

The 6.6 magnitude earthquake that took place off Seferihisar on October 30, destroyed 17 buildings and damaged many buildings. One of the destroyed buildings was Doğanlar Apartment with 21 flats in Bayraklı district. During the search and rescue work carried out in the apartment, Mehmet Kaya, the 112 Emergency Service Unit Officer of Manisa Metropolitan Municipality Fire Department, found a bag containing gold and jewelery. Mehmet Kaya, 6 bracelets in a bag, 4 quarter gold, half necklace with gold chain, 2 gold earrings, 1 chain bracelet, 1 gold bracelet, 1 pearl stone ring, 2 pearl stone earrings, 1 pearl necklace, green stone 2 He handed over earrings, 1 necklace, 1 half gold, white gold, 1 white gold wedding ring and 3 gold liras to the police with a report. Fire brigade Mehmet Kaya said, “While we were checking the buildings during the wreckage works, when we removed the wreckage in the apartments we were in, we received special belongings. We were also picking up the special items to be used without damaging them and delivering them to our police department. Again, during the cleaning, we found the jewelery in a bag belonging to our citizen in the wreckage in a sofa bed. We delivered these jewelery items to our authorized police officers there, one by one, with a report. It was very different. A person who doesn’t work there can’t remember that feeling. So he was under a dent as soon as possible. We were working with all our might to save our citizens. We worked for 24 hours, from our head of department to our firefighters. I hope our citizens we have rescued continue their lives in a healthy way. “It is very valuable for us to save people’s lives.”

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