“Silence Kills” Absolutely No Sound Of Hope Near As Turkey Closes In On Final Phase Of Searching1 min read
The loss of hope in turkey’s last phase of searching. In recent days the stories of rescue have flooded the airwaves. But tens of thousands of death have been found in the same period, and experts say the window for recovery has almost closed. A team in southern Turkey’s Hatay province clapped and cheered as the 13-year-old boy, identified only by his first name Khan, was pulled from the rubble. In Gaziantep province, rescue workers, including coal miners who protected tunnels with wooden supports, found a woman alive in the rubble of a five-story building.
Aftershocks struck southeastern Turkey and northern Syria with 7.8 magnitudes on February 6, Turning significant cities and towns into mountains of broken concrete and twisted metal. The death toll has exceeded 40,000.
Seventy-seven years old women were rescued after 212 hours under the rubble. Turkey media reported that Fatma Gungor was pulled alive from the rubble of a seven-story apartment building in the city of Adiyaman during the overnight rescue, after that 9 of them were rescued from the wreckage on Tuesday, eight days after the earthquake hit on turkey.
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