Road constructed by Turkish pro-gov't company collapses 9 years after completion
A road constructed by Turkish pro-government company Limak has collapsed nine years after it was completed.
A road constructed by a Turkish pro-government company collapsed on March 27 around nine years after it was completed.
Some 85 meters of the D-655 highway that connects the northern provinces of Düzce and Zonguldak collapsed, prompting authorities to launch efforts to create an alternative route.
The road was constructed by Limak Holding, a company that gained a huge amount of income under the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) due to its close links to the government.
The company often makes headlines for winning tenders.