Four suspects arrested over refinery explosion in Turkey’s İzmir
The explosion, which killed 4 people, was a result of gas entrapment on Oct. 11.
Following the explosion, the Minister of Labor and Social Security Jülide Sarıeroğlu instructed the launch of an investigation in which three chief inspectors and one inspector were assigned to lead inquiries.
İzmir’s Aliağa Chief Prosecution Office has opened an investigation into the incident, detaining two chief engineers, one engineer, one security specialist, one supervisor, one site manager, and one project executive from co-packer Beka.
The court in Izmir ruled arrest of four suspects as remaining three were released under judicial control.