On February 11, five days after the earthquake, a 2-month-old baby in the city of Antakya, southern Turkey, was brought out safely by rescuers. According to the Anadolu news agency, the newborn baby was rescued after being trapped for 128 hours under the rubble. On the same day, a 70-year-old woman in the city of Kahramanmaras, the epicenter of the magnitude 7.8 earthquake, was also found miraculously alive after being buried for days.
During the rescue and rescue operations that took place on the same day, rescuers also pulled out from the rubble a 2-year-old girl, a 6 month pregnant woman, a 4-year-old girl and her father.
The magnitude 7.8 earthquake in southern Turkey and northwestern Syria on the morning of February 6 was recorded as the deadliest earthquake in decades in this area. According to officials and medical workers, the earthquake killed 24,617 people in Turkey and 3,574 people died in Syria. The total number of confirmed deaths as of February 12 is 28,191 people.
Tens of thousands of rescue workers are still actively digging through the rubble in the cold weather, while millions of people are in dire need of aid. The United Nations says at least 870,000 people across Turkey and Syria are in dire need of hot food to stay warm. Meanwhile, in Syria alone, 5.3 million people may have been displaced.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) said nearly 26 million people were affected by the earthquake, and called on the international community for urgent aid of $42.8 million for care. medical.
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