Turkish authorities using surgery and extra-judicial executions to alter driver behaviour

Off-topic this week, I came across this remarkable headline:
To beat the traffic problem in Trabzon scalpel was the first step.
The subhead reinterprets the story to the disadvantage of the surgeon:
Traffic problems in Trabzon take the first step was to shoot scalpel.
Contacts there tell me that growing trade with Georgia and Russia has led to the establishment in the city of a large class of wealthy breast and pox specialists, whose Mercedes clog up downtown, and that shooting them and selling their cars to the Kurds is the only way.