Turkey was struck by tragedy on Monday when a bomb ripped through a rally in the mostly Kurdish city of Suruc, near Turkey's border with Syria. At least 30 people were killed and dozens were hospitalized.
Soon after the attack, two selfies began circulating on Twitter, claiming to show the scene moments before the bomb went off.
But according to a user who goes by "madersahi barajyikan," who says she took both selfies, neither was taken in Suruc. She said they were taken to celebrate the 80 seats won by a pro-Kurdish party called HDP in the latest parliamentary election in June.
But while the person who took the photo is alive and well, the woman behind her (making a peace sign in the second picture) was killed during the bombing, she said.
Her name, according to Twitter and Turkish newspaper Hurriyet, was Ezgi Saadet. She was 20 years old.
Before her death, Saadet reportedly addressed the activists gathered at the rally, which was organized to support rebuilding efforts in neighboring Kobani, across the border in Syria. The majority Kurdish city was taken back from ISIS control in January.
BuzzFeed News has reached out to the woman who took the photos, but she has not yet replied to requests for comment.
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