Turkish authorities on Sunday charged six people over a blaze in a dormitory building that killed 11 schoolgirls last week, state media reported.
An Adana court on Sunday arrested four people who were detained last week in relation to a dormitory fire in Adana’s Aladağ district which claimed the lives of 12 people on Tuesday night.
TEN SCHOOLGIRLS, A CHILD INSTUCTOR WERE KILLED
Ten schoolgirls, a child and an instructor were killed in the fire which, according to initial findings, was caused by an electrical fault.
One of the arrestees is the manager of the dormitory.
A total of 14 people were detained last week in connection to the fire.