Earthquake In Turkey: Not once… came second time… 7.8… 7.5… more than 1500 dead, thousands injured

Earthquake In Turkey

Earthquake In Turkey– Within 12 hours there was a second earthquake in Turkey and Syria. Panic spread due to the second tremor of the earthquake at around 4 pm Indian time. The intensity of the earthquake was measured at 7.5 on the Richter scale. The epicenter of this earthquake was Albaistan. So far more than 1500 people have lost their lives in Turkey and Syria.

Earthquake tremors were felt in Turkey and Syria on Monday. The earthquake resulted in more than 1,500 deaths in these two countries, while more than 5,380 people were injured.

2818 buildings were destroyed as a result of the earthquake. So far 2470 people have been pulled out from the debris. The debris is still trapping thousands of people. Massive rescue and relief operations are underway.

when the earthquake struck again

According to the report of the news agency AP, about 12 hours after the earthquake that occurred in the early hours of Monday, another earthquake occurred in Turkey in the evening. As a result of the earthquake, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited earthquake victims and offered all possible assistance.

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The first tremor of the earthquake in Turkey was felt at around 4.15 am on Monday morning. Gaziantep, only 90 kilometers from the Syrian border, was the epicenter of the earthquake. The earthquake in Syria also caused devastation. Many cities in Syria were destroyed by the earthquake.

In the early hours of Monday, people on both sides of the border woke up from the tremors of the earthquake. Skyscrapers started shaking due to the tremors of the earthquake.

A large number of people have lost their lives in this disaster. The administration has continued the relief and rescue work in several cities affected on a large scale.

The earthquake also destroyed the hospital in Turkey

Due to this severe earthquake in Turkey, the lives of many people including newborn babies were saved. A city in Turkey, Adana, is said to have been destroyed by a single explosion.

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Muhammad Fatih Yawas, a journalism student, said he heard a man’s voice calling for help from under the rubble. Storks can be seen everywhere throughout Diyarbakir, Turkey. The area is in the middle of a rescue operation.

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