Two Weeks Old Baby Rescued From Turkey Earthquake Picture – The miraculous moment came when, for the first time in hours of toil, rescue worker Kadir Direk’s call for any survivors was finally answered. Turkey has experienced feelings of both sorrow and joy in the past two days, due to the death of a young boy late Monday, a victim of Sunday’s powerful earthquake in the eastern province of Van who drew the world’s attention with his photo, and the rescue of a baby girl from the rubble on Tuesday, nearly two days after the quake.
Two-week-old baby girl Azra Karaduman, her mother and grandmother were rescued alive from the ruins of an apartment building 72 hours after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit eastern Turkey, flattening more than 2,000 buildings and leaving at least 366 people dead.
The mother of the infant was also buried in the wreckage of their home and Turkish rescuers saved her shortly after they reach her daughter. The rescue workers reached the baby, named Azra, after hours of frantic digging and were working to free the mother whose name was given as Semiha. The father was missing, rescuers said. This is the Two Weeks Old Baby Rescued From Turkey Earthquake Picture :
Azra, Two Weeks Old Baby Rescued From Turkey Earthquake Picture
It came as the death toll from the earthquake that struck on Sunday was revised to at least 366 people. Tens of thousands have also been left homeless. The earthquake site was the stage for many incredible stories, including a 40-day-old baby found dead with his mother’s breast in his mouth. Another mother and her two-and-a-half-year-old child, whose names could not be identified, were found dead stuck under a four-storey building still hugging each other. A rescue team member, Yusuf Beşik, said: “The mother took the child onto her lap and most likely became stuck under the door while trying to get out. She was found hugging her child. It is really sad.”
On Tuesday afternoon, Ozan Yılmaz and Abdullah Pinti, both aged 20, were found alive after having been stuck under the rubble for 31 hours. The injured Yılmaz and Pinti were immediately sent to hospital for treatment.
Erciş is an extraordinary district in many respects, one of which is the fact that Turkmens and Kurdish people have lived together in harmony in the area for many years. Beyond mere neighborliness, the two communities have a friendly relationship, which is even strengthened by marriages. Now members of both communities help one another, as they suffer the same pain and mourn the dead in their own languages. Two Weeks Old Baby Rescued From Turkey Earthquake Picture
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