184 people stranded in cable car cabins were rescued using helicopters equipped with night vision. One person was killed and seven others injured when a cable car pylon collapsed outside the Turkish resort of Antalya.

“Our specialized teams are on site. God willing, we will save them all in a short time,” Mayor Muhittin Bocek said. Five people who were in the cabin were evacuated by helicopter, while two others are still waiting to be rescued, he said.. About 110 rescue workers were sent to the crash site, while other mountaineering specialists were flown in from other parts of Turkey. A group of 10 opposition MPs also visited the site to "investigate the accident in detail", said Ozgur Ozel, chairman of the Republican People's Party (CHP) The death and injuries occurred when one of the Sarisu-Tunektepe cable car Cabins plunged into a rocky area following the pylon collapse.