Ankara (Web Desk) 11 days after the February 6 earthquake in Turkey and Syria, a person was pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed building in the southern province of Hatay, Turkey.
According to private TV Geo News, the Turkish Health Minister shared a video of a 33-year-old man named Mustafa being pulled alive from the rubble 11 days after the earthquake.
A man was rescued from rubble #Turkey 10 days after the #earthquake. The first thing he asked was to speak to him #mother.
Mustafa, 34, was pulled out of a collapsed building 261 hours after the devastating earthquake. pic.twitter.com/STfkswzeXT
— Arthur Morgan (@ArthurM40330824) February 17, 2023
It should be noted that earlier, a 17-year-old girl trapped under the rubble for 248 hours was pulled out alive after 10 days from the wreckage of an apartment in Qharaman Marash, Turkey.
It should be remembered that the death toll from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria has exceeded 44 thousand.
According to the authorities, the number of deaths in Turkey is 38 thousand 44, while the number of deaths in Syria has exceeded 5800.
Officials say rescuers are continuing to search for people buried under the debris, but hope for life is fading as time passes.