The three month old baby girl is burned alive within an ambulance after the oxygen tank explodes in Turkey
- The incident took place on the Trans-European highway in Silivri, Istanbul
- An oxygen tank exploded for unknown reasons and the ambulance caught fire
- The baby's mother had to calm down and was taken to the hospital for treatment
A three-month-old baby was burned alive in an ambulance after an oxygen tank had exploded on a highway in Turkey.
The incident occurred this week in the Silivri district in the northwestern province of Istanbul.
The ambulance caught fire and burned along the road along the Trans-European motorway, with images.
Firefighters were called to the scene after the incident and put out the fire
Footage shows the burning ambulance after an oxygen tank has exploded for unknown reasons
Local media reported that the vehicle traveled to the province of Edirne.
The baby, named Rojin, was in an incubator next to her mother when an oxygen bottle exploded. The cause of the incident is still unknown.
The baby's mother and ambulance staff would have left the burning vehicle and the baby was left in the incubator.
Emergency services were called on the spot and firefighters extinguished the fire.
The baby's mother, identified as Necmiye S., broke off after the incident when she saw her baby burn alive, local media reported.
Local media reported that the ambulance was traveling to the Turkish province of Edirne
The baby traveled in an incubator on the ambulance with her mother when the oxygen bottle exploded
She had to be reassured by ambulance personnel and another ambulance arrived on the spot to take her to the hospital for treatment, according to reports.
In a statement she said: & suddenly something happened and fire shot from the back. Paramedics got out and I jumped out of the ambulance.
& # 39; The ambulance brothers could not come in to save my baby and walked away. There were three people inside with my daughter, but when the fire started, there was nobody. & # 39;
A police investigation is ongoing.
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