ANKARA, Turkey — A sequence-reaction crash Thursday involving seven automobiles on a motorway in northwest Turkey killed not less than 10 individuals and injured 57 others, officers stated.
The pileup occurred in dense fog and low visibility on the Northern Marmara Freeway in Sakarya province, some 150 kilometers (93 miles) from Istanbul.
An investigation has been launched into the accident however Gov. Yasar Karadeniz of Sakarya stated it probably occurred when a car hit a truck in poor visibility, triggering different crashes on the rear.
A minimum of three intercity buses have been concerned within the crash.
Authorities imagine some passengers died once they left their automobiles and have been struck by one other car, Karadeniz informed reporters on the scene.
Seven of the injured have been in critical situation, the governor stated.
Police and emergency personnel have been seen clearing the wreckage on the scene.