On the morning of February 11, the international rescue mission of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam began to carry out rescue work in the city of Adiyaman (Turkey).
Specifically, at 3 o’clock on February 11 (Turkey time), the rescue and rescue mission of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam arrived at the collapsed building on 531 street, Adıyaman Merkez, Adıyaman, Turkey. This is the address where the Vietnamese delegation was assigned by the Turkish Emergency and Disaster Response Agency (AFAD) to carry out the rescue and search for 15 people buried in the rubble. 4 days have passed, but the forces are still trying to race against time to find and save the victims.
Earlier, on the afternoon of February 9, an international rescue mission consisting of 24 soldiers from the Ministry of Public Security set out to perform a mission in Turkey.
On the afternoon of February 10, the delegation arrived at the airport in Adana city (Turkey). The delegation continued to Adiyaman city, 300km from the airport to perform the task. ‘Travel 3 stages to land in Adana and then get in the car to the mission site, the estimated travel time is 6 hours. However, due to severe weather with heavy snowfall and slippery roads, it took the delegation 10 hours to arrive,” the delegation said.
So far, the Turkish Disaster Management Authority has confirmed over 22,000 people died in the disaster with nearly 75,000 injured. Meanwhile, although it is not possible to calculate the number of people who have lost their homes, the agency said that more than 75,000 survivors have been evacuated to other provinces.
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