A mother has expressed disgust as police congratulated themselves for identifying her daughter’s body after she fell to her death.
Azra Kemal, 24, was traveling from London when she fell from a bridge on the A21 onto land below in July 2020.
The law student was driving with a friend when her car caught fire, and viewers recounted the terrifying moment as she breathed her last.
Tragically, in a desperate attempt to stop cars, Azra climbed over the barrier and fell about 30 feet from the Medway Viaduct into Haysden Country Park below.
Despite paramedics’ best efforts, Azra was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
But only 12 hours afterKent Police released a post on social media celebrating the speed with which they identified the 24-year-old’s body.
The troupe posted a GIF of Top Gun on Twitter showing the two actors high-five with the caption “Teamwork.”
In the post itself Kentsaid they “identified the deceased person within approximately 90 minutes of being at the scene of the crime.”
Azra’s grieving mother Nevres Kemal has now revealed how terrible it was for her and her family.
Nevres told Sky news: “That tweet was just awful. I couldn’t believe professional police officers were patting themselves on the back and being responsible for my daughter’s death.”
“It’s beyond insensitive. It’s unacceptable. What is the mindset of the people who investigate crimes on our behalf?”
The mother said she also couldn’t believe that within hours the police decided there were “no suspicious circumstances” surrounding Azra’s death.
Nevres said: “Do the job you’re supposed to do. Look at the information, look at the clues, look at the schedules, look at that.”go back to the witnesses because no one saw Azra die.
“There should be a uniform procedure. If there is a death and there are no witnesses, everyone should have the right to a forensic autopsy.”
An inquest into Azra’s death found that she died from multiple injuries. Her pal Omar Allen, who was in the passenger seat of her car when it caught fire, was telling about herlast moments.
He said he did his best to save her, adding: “She walked out about two meters ahead of me and crossed the expressway again. So I followed her while carrying the bags.”
“Then I heard them fall. I looked down and couldn’t see her.”
I couldn’t believe that professional police officers would pat themselves on the back for being responsible for my daughter’s death.
“The screams lasted so long I knew it was way down.
“She was down there screaming for me to help her.”
Omar added: “It was tragic and I did everything I could to save her. I don’t want her mother ever to think I didn’t do everything I could because I did it.”
kentsaid today: “Officials determined that there were no suspicious circumstances and a who was originally arrested in connection with the incident was released without charge.
“A police investigation into the circumstances then continued for several months to support a coroner’s inquiry. Subsequent inquest into the death concluded that it was an accident.”
“In November 2020, a complaint was made to Kent Police about the quality of the investigation. This complaint has been referred to an independent force.”which concluded that the service provided by Kent Police was acceptable.
“In February 2022, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) received a request to conduct a further investigation into the complaint.
“In response, the IOPC concluded that the investigation into the complaint had been ‘fair and proportionate’ and that an acceptable level of service had been rendered with regard to the criminal investigation into the woman’s death. A request toThe complaint was not upheld.”
Tragically, Azra was also a victim of bedridden killer David Fuller.
Nevres has told how she grabbed a knife and ran to kill the monster after it raped her daughter’s corpse.