Three generations of a British family have been shot while on holiday in Turkey - leaving one dead and two fighting for their lives in hospital.
The Bury family, from Swainby near Northallerton, had been celebrating a birthday party at their luxury villa on Sunday when their gardener allegedly opened fire with a pump-action shotgun.
It happened in the fishing village of Dalyan set on the Dalyan Channel between an inland lake and the Mediterranean Sea. It is a very popular trip for British tourists from nearby Fethiye and Marmaris.
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