Apesar de gramaticalmente correto, o primeiro exemplo soa estranho; o segundo, normal.
Se não estiver redondamente enganado, não podemos usar o verbo turn out
dessa forma. Pelo menos não com as definições a seguir:
1. To shut off: turned out the lights.
2. To arrive or assemble, as for a public event or entertainment: Many protesters have turned out.
3. To produce, as by a manufacturing process; make: an assembly line turning out cars.
4. To be found to be, as after experience or trial: The rookie turned out to be the team's best hitter.
5. To end up; result: The cake turned out beautifully.
6. To equip; outfit: troops that were turned out lavishly
7. Informal To get out of bed.
8. To evict; expel: The tenants were turned out.