Motorcycle rider stamped to death by horse he hit in Turkey’s southeast

Motorcycle rider stamped to death by horse he hit in Turkey’s southeast

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Motorcycle rider stamped to death by horse he hit in Turkey’s southeast

A motorcycle rider in the southeastern Turkish province of Gaziantep has been stambed to death by a horse he hit on the road.

According to local media reports, the 25-year-old driver, identified only as Behiç Ş., was riding his motorcycle in the Oğuzeli district on Nov. 23 when a horse ran away from its owner and entered the road.

The young man failed to avoid a collision and hit the horse, which quickly stood up and trampled over the rider who was still lying on the road.

Behiç Ş., who was hospitalized by passersby, succumbed to his injuries days later, local media reports said Nov. 30.

Local media reports added the police investigation was on going as the owner of the horse remained at large.

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