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No escape from destiny

No escape from destiny
The horrific plane crash in Spain also took the life of a Turkish businessman who had set up his own business after leaving his position at Petkim due to an occupational health risk.

The horrific plane crash in Spain also took the life of a Turkish businessman who had set up his own business after leaving his position at Petkim due to an occupational health risk.

Mustafa Erdil, a Turkish businessman who was killed in the plane crash in Spain, had resigned from his position at Petkim in 1985, claiming the job posed a high risk of getting cancer.

Unfortunately, he was amongst the 153 killed in the crash.

Erdil was a businessman who died in the plane crash that occurred during takeoff from Spain's Barajas Airport in Madrid.

He had established his own business after leaving his position at Petkim due to the occupational risk of getting cancer. He later opened up a ship repair and maintenance company, Dörtel Gemi.

Erdil had previously explained his reason for quitting his job at Petkim: "Most of the employees here have got cancer."

He therefore left his position at Petkim due to the posed health risk, only to lose his life in the horrific plane crash in Spain.

According to his brother, he spent 100 days of the year in the air.

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