Sabotage, 3 Turks Killed in Belgium
Friday, January 14 2005 @ 12:17 AM MSK
Three Turkish citizens have terribly burnt and two people have been injured in a fire in the Deniz Supermarket, owned by Suleyman Sahin, at 4 a.m. in the city of Saint Nicolas in Belgium. According to the police officers, the fire was caused by cardboard catching fire. A suspect was detained due to a possibility of sabotage. The fire caught the Sahin family of five sleeping in their house above the market. Firefighters were unable to rescue the 36 year-old Sahin and his two sons, 13 year-old Deniz and 8-year-old Hakan, but saved his wife Nergis Sahin, 34, and her five-year-old daughter Tulin. The police reported that the fire could have been caused by sabotage.