Car bomb kills two people in southeastern Turkey

Local police say device was planted by PKK terrorists in a personal vehicle in Uludere town, killing two, wounding one

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An explosion occurred at the vehicle of three state officials in southeastern Turkey on Tuesday.

The incident took place in Uludere, in Şırnak province. Two state officials were killed in the blast and another seriously injured.

Two of the people in the vehicle were serving in the state hospital, while the other was the officer of the Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre.

Turkish police said two civilians were killed Tuesday when a makeshift bomb planted in a car by the terrorist
Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) organization went off in the southeastern province of Sirnak.

The injured state hospital officer was taken to Şırnak State Hospital.