Sydney man, Can Pahali, found dead

Katherine Pahali, her husband and their uncle Can.

Katherine Pahali, her husband and their uncle Can.

“The government did not help save its own citizen,” she said.

Pahali, known to friends as John, was an active member of Glebe, a suburb of Sydney’s inner-city location.

On Wednesday, before Pahali was found, a friend, Julie Brackenreg, took to social media to announce to the Glebe community that he was missing.

Brackenreg said Pahali would stop by the Glebe Community Op Shop regularly and prepare “wonderful” food for the local community cafe.


“Pray for him and his family in Turkey and here in Australia,” she wrote.

In its most recent statement, DFAT said four Australians had been confirmed missing, including Pahali.

“DFAT is providing consular assistance to around 40 other Australians and their families who were in the earthquake area and asked for assistance with crisis housing, short-term loans and travel documents,” the statement said.

“We are aware of the difficult situation for all family members whose loved ones have been affected by the earthquake.”

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