Two killed in fight over argument between children in Turkey’s south
ANTALYATwo people were killed and another two were wounded in a fight that erupted over an argument between children in the Aksu district of the southern province of Antalya on Aug. 15.
Two families began fighting with weapons in the clash following the argument between their children, Doğan News Agency reported.
Ramazan Kamarı and Mustafa Keleşabdioğlu had previously fought following disagreements between their children before the pair began fighting again at 8 a.m. on the morning of Aug. 15, this time drawing in respective family members. As the fight escalated, members of Kamarı’s family opened fire on Keleşabdioğlu’s relatives with an automatic shotgun and pistols.
Mustafa, Sertaç, Serkan and Musa Keleşabdioğlu were wounded as a result of gunfire, with Mustafa Keleşabdioğlu dying at the scene.
The other three wounded men were taken to hospitals, where Sertaç Keleşabdioğlu succumbed to his injuries.
Ramazan, Mehmet Ali and Faik Kamarı, who opened fire on the Keleşabdioğlu family, were apprehended by police after the incident.
Riot police took security measures in the neighborhood in order to prevent another fight from erupting between the sides.