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A grief-stricken mum has hit out at police after they posted a Top Gun GIF to celebrate identifying her deceased daughter's body.
Nevres Kemal’s daughter Azra, 24, died after she fell from the Medway Viaduct on the A21 while she was looking for help after her car caught fire.
Paramedics rushed to the scene where they tried in vain to save Azra, with her last words thought to have been "please, don't let me die".
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Kent Police were called to investigate and the same day she died, officers took to Twitter patting themselves on the back for finding her remains.
The Tweet said: "A really busy morning for all of the Kent CSI’s, with the wonders of modern technology we were able to identify a deceased person within about 90 mins of being at the scene by sending an image of a fingerprint direct to our FP Bureau. Great teamwork."
Alongside the writing was a GIF of Top Gun's Maverick, played by Tom Cruise, high-fiving Anthony Edwards' character Goose.
Following the ordeal, Ms Kemal has criticised the officers for publicly congratulating themselves so soon after her daughter's death.
"That tweet was just horrendous," she told Sky News. "I could not believe that professional police officers would high-five themselves and pat themselves on the back, on the back of my daughter’s demise.
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"It’s more than insensitive. It’s unacceptable that the forensic team in Kent think that that’s acceptable.
"What is the mindset of people investigating crimes on our behalf? What is their mindset?"
And the controversial social media remarks didn't stop there.
Another Tweet shared from the department's official page celebrated their use of drones writing: "Great to work with @kentpoliceroads this morning who covered our scene with their drones. #crackingbitofkit."
Later on they took to the platform to say they were "satisfied there are no suspicious circumstances", despite Kemal's claims she was told police were still investigating at the time.
On the night of her death, Azra was travelling to London with a male friend who said she climbed over a barrier without noticing the drop between two dual carriageways.
A standard post-mortem was carried out following her tragic passing, finding misadventure to be the cause of death.
But Azra's family said they were unsatisfied with the investigation and claimed it was concluded too quickly.
A spokesperson for Kent Police told LADbible: "Kent Police carried out a full and thorough investigation following the death of a woman who fell from a road bridge of the A21, on 16 July 2020. Officers determined there were no suspicious circumstances, and a man who had initially been arrested in connection with the incident was released without charge.
"A complaint about the quality of the investigation was made to Kent Police in November 2020. This complaint was sent to an independent force to review, which concluded the service provided by Kent Police had been acceptable.
"In 2022, The Independent Office for Police Conduct received a request to carry out a further investigation into the complaint.
"In response, the IOPC concluded that the investigation into the complaint had been ‘reasonable and proportionate’ and that that an acceptable service had been provided in respect of the criminal investigation into the woman’s death. A request to review the complaint was not upheld.”
The complaint about Kent Police’s Top Gun Tweet is now being reviewed by an independent police force.
The Tweets have also been removed.
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