Nuri mourned England… Caught in earthquake while visiting family.
It has been mobilized for Turkey, which has experienced one of the biggest earthquakes in the history of the world. While many countries lend a helping hand to Turkey, the world press is reporting the developments in the region to their readers moment by moment. In England, a city sheds tears for the owner of a Turkish restaurant, who was caught in an earthquake while visiting family.
The eyes and ears of the world have been on the news from The Earthquake zone for days.
While many newspapers and televisions presented the latest developments in the region to their readers, the British press devoted its page to Nuri Dilek.
The 41-year-old man, also known as ‘George’, was caught while visiting family in the earthquake, Essex Live reported.
The British press wrote that it was confirmed that Dilek, who runs a restaurant in Essex, died in the earthquake.
The Mirror newspaper reported that ‘Nuri is described as compassionate and helpful by those who know her’.
CITY SHIRTS TEARS FOR NURI
It was emphasized in the news that hearing the news caused a deep sadness in the city.
After the news of his death was heard, dozens of people left flowers in front of the restaurant of the Turkish operator.
Reece Haynes, who has known the Turkish restaurant operator for 10 years, described Nuri Dilek as more of a friend to her customers.
‘HE GIVES FREE MEALS TO THOSE WHO HAVE NO MONEY’
Haynes added that the Turkish operator, known for his compassion and generosity, gave free Meals To Some Customers Who Had No Money So They Wouldn’t Go Hungry.
Stating that he was devastated after receiving the news of his death, Haynes announced that they had opened a donation page for Dilek’s funeral expenses.