A 45-year-old man, Hakan Yasinoglu, was pulled out alive after being buried for 278 hours under the rubble of a building that collapsed due to the earthquake in Hatay, one of the worst-hit cities in southeastern Turkey. Anadolu makes it known.
The death toll in Turkey rises to 36,186. Police arrested a man in Samandag after another kidnapping attempt was foiled in hospital. A 27-year-old woman was pulled alive from the rubble in Kahramanmaras (ANSA) after 258 hours.
Two men, aged 26 and 34, were pulled alive from the rubble of a private hospital in the Turkish city of Hatay after 261 hours. This is reported by the Turkish media. Rescuers were working around the collapsed building when they heard a noise, possibly a voice, and dug in that direction. Mehmet Ali Sakiroglu, one of the two men rescued, took his son to the hospital the day before the quake, Anadolu said.
Buildings in ruins, aerial photos of Idlib after the earthquake
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