Two people lost their lives Wednesday afternoon when fire broke out in a factory making paint and thinners northwest of Ankara, Turkey.
At about 2 p.m., witnesses reported flames and heavy black smoke at the factory in Kahramankazan’s industrial district known as Saray Mahallesi. Firefighters immediately went to work on the stubborn blaze.
Exploring the factory after gaining control of the fire, responders found two bodies identified as factory workers, local media reports.
No cause has been determined for the fire.