Who was Zeynep Gunay? Wiki, Biography, Age, Turkish amusement park, Cause of death

Zeynep Gunay
Zeynep Gunay

Zeynep Gunay Wiki – Zeynep Gunay Biography

Zeynep Gunay, a teenage girl died after choking on her own vomit at a Turkish amusement park called Kamikaze.

The family of 19-year-old Zeynep Gunay claims that the operators ignored her pleas for her to stop the trip after they noticed that she was distraught on Monday.

Zeynep Gunay Age

Zeynep Gunay was 19 years old.

Cause of Death

The incident occurred between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. local time in the Avcilar district of Hayrola Luna Park in Istanbul.

Gunay, who dreamed of becoming a psychologist, went to the park to relax while she waited for her test results.

A final photo from CCTV footage shows the teenager, wearing a white mask, gray hijab, and light patterned jacket, sitting on the journey waiting for it to begin.

Gunay reportedly fell unconscious during the trip and vomited.

Her parents claim they repeatedly asked the operators to stop the trip but were ignored.

They also allege that when she finally stopped her trip and was pulled unconscious, the operators advised Gunay to “slap her two or three times” to help her wake up.

According to Fatih Gunay, an uncle, the young woman’s family was forced to call an ambulance themselves, as park employees did not take the situation seriously enough to call one.

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Gunay was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. She has since been buried in Beylikduzu, a suburb of Istanbul.

Faith believes her niece died as a result of negligence and said the family would do “whatever it takes” to obtain justice.

After Gunay’s death, it was revealed that she had obtained the results she needed to enter the desired college course, Haberler reported.

It is unclear if a formal complaint has already been filed with authorities or if the police are investigating Gunay’s family’s complaints.

Hayrola Luna Park did not immediately respond to a request for comment from MailOnline.

A statement from the park, written in Turkish, appeared in local media in a format that could not be translated electronically.


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