A person who asked for help from his cell phone while he was freezing in Silivri was located and rescued by the satellite tracking system. & # 39; & # 39; 156 & # 39; & # 39; from mobile phone numbered & # 39; & # 39; Gendarmerie Emergency & # 39; & # 39; Serdar Nalbant (52), who called his line, I am someone who lives by collecting bottles from '' Ccedil ''. Currently & Ccedil; atalca Ova Yenice K & ouml; y & uuml; because of the cold near me & # 39; & # 39; he asked for help. After this speech, Nalbant's mobile phone ran out of charge. On top of this, the Istanbul Provincial Gendarmerie Command teams started to practice the search and rescue of the Farbant. While the surrounding provinces were notified and the patrol was taken out immediately, the Nalbant's last call was made on his mobile phone.
In this context, the notification was transferred to the Gendarmerie Integrated and Communication Information System (JEMUS) and the location of the Farrier was determined from the mobile phone signal through the satellite tracking system. A commando team from the Hadımk & ouml; y Gendarmerie Battalion, the trail-following team and the patrols in the province of Silivri were brought to the scene.
As a result of the search, Serdar Nalbant was rescued in a lying position in the area of Yoğurthane in the Selimpaşa Mahallesi Yoğurthane area of Silivri, and was rescued, and was treated in the hospital where he was taken.
Source: Sabah Newspaper