According to official information, the helpers continued to look for survivors in eight buildings on Saturday

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On Saturday, search parties rescued three children and their mother alive from the rubble of an eight-story building to applause, as the state broadcaster TRT reported. Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca later told reporters that one of the children had died. According to the broadcaster, a fourth, buried child is to be recovered.

The rescue workers had been able to contact the woman beforehand. "When you hear my voice, knock three times"called a helper. The woman then gave a sound signal. According to the environment and city minister Murat Kurum, a total of 100 people were rescued from the rubble. Around 5000 rescuers and 20 search dogs are in action.

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The number of deaths in Turkey has meanwhile risen to 37, said President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Izmir. 885 were initially injured in hospital, but 667 of them have already been discharged. Two people were killed on the Greek island of Samos.

Erdogan expressed his condolences to the relatives of the victims and promised to quickly rebuild destroyed buildings in Turkey. "Every single quake reminds us that our country is in a dangerous (seismological) area"he added.

Thousands of people spent the night in emergency shelters, according to Izmir City Mayor Tunc Soyer. Tents were set up and helpers distributed food in parks, as can be seen in pictures. On Samos, too, people slept in the open air, in cars or without a roof over their heads for fear of aftershocks, according to the Greek media.

There were initially no reports of affected tourists – the main season in the Aegean is over anyway, and travel is only possible to a limited extent due to the corona pandemic.

The earth continued to shake – all night long and on Saturday there were hundreds of aftershocks, some of which reached a strength of 4 or more. According to the disaster control authority Afad, there was an aftershock with a magnitude of 5.0 on Saturday morning in the region of the western Turkish district of Seferihisar.

The first quake Friday at 2:51 p.m. local time (12:51 p.m. CET) had a magnitude of 6.6 according to the Turkish disaster authority. The center was therefore in the Aegean Sea in front of the Turkish province of Izmir. The USGS, which is responsible for earthquakes, even stated the strength of the quake as 7.

According to the provincial governor, at least four buildings collapsed completely in Izmir. The Bayrakli district of the coastal city was particularly hard hit. According to official information, the helpers continued to look for survivors in eight buildings on Saturday. Schools in Izmir were closed for a week.

During the night there were dramatic scenes. A woman named Buse Hasyilmaz became the symbol of the catastrophe.argumentative essay ppt She was rescued from the rubble of a seven-story building after almost ten hours and had previously been able to telephone helpers. Bystanders and emergency services applauded as they were taken away on a stretcher.

Another woman and a 16-year-old girl were rescued from a collapsed building after 17 hours, Minister Kurum said. TRT footage showed how helpers rescued a cat from the rubble. More than 26 hours after the quake, a 62-year-old was also rescued alive from the rubble of a nine-story high-rise in Izmir, reported TRT. Again and again, the emergency services urged silence to be able to hear voices. A crane lifted concrete blocks from the rubble.

On both Samos and the Turkish west coast, a tsunami after the earthquake on Friday caused the water to overflow its banks. The Potsdam Helmholtz Center classified the tsunami as moderate, a second large wave did not materialize, contrary to isolated warnings. Photos from Samos showed cars washed away, which then came to a stop across the street; Shops and cellars were flooded. Turkey is very prone to earthquakes. As recently as January, more than 40 people were killed in two earthquakes in the eastern Turkish cities of Elazig and Malatya.

Izmir (AP) – A three-year-old girl was rescued from the rubble of a residential building 65 hours after the severe earthquake in Izmir, Turkey.

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The girl, named Elif, was clutching a firefighter’s finger as she was taken away on a stretcher Monday morning. Rescue workers clapped and cheered, some burst into tears. Fireman Muammer Celik later told NTV that the girl did not let go of his hand until she reached the hospital tent.

He is part of an Istanbul rescue team that traveled to Izmir to provide support. Celik said they had been focused on saving the girl since Sunday night. When they discovered the child lying on its back, they first thought it was dead. "She had dust on her face, her face was snow-white. When we cleaned her face Elif opened her eyes, at that moment we were really frozen", he said. The girl smiled at her. It is a miracle. "I reached out my hand, Elif was clutching my hand. That’s how we got them out"said Celik. "I’m her big brother from now on."

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TV pictures showed the father of the three-year-old smiling in the ambulance, who then took the little one to the hospital. Already on Saturday, the emergency services had pulled the girl’s mother and her three siblings out of the rubble. Her seven-year-old brother did not survive, according to Health Minister Fahrettin Koca. The mother and two siblings would continue to be treated.

The grandmother of the three-year-old told journalists: "I am very happy. May God reward them (the saviors). I am reunited with Elif, and soon she will also be reunited with her mother and siblings. My prayers were heard."

Also early Monday, a 14-year-old was rescued from the rubble and taken to a hospital after first aid on site, as the state news agency Anadolu reported. The young person had been lying under the rubble for 58 hours. According to official information, more than 100 people have so far been rescued after the earthquake on Friday. The emergency services continued to look for survivors on Monday. The civil protection agency Afad wrote after they announced Elif’s rescue via Twitter: "We’re here until we reach the last one."

During the severe earthquake on Friday afternoon in the Aegean Sea, parts of western Turkey and Greece were shaken. According to official information, more than 90 people were killed in Turkey by Monday afternoon, hundreds were injured. Two youths on the Greek island of Samos were killed by the rubble of a collapsing wall. According to the authorities, the center of the quake was in the sea off the Turkish province of Izmir. The Turkish Disaster Agency gave the strength with 6.6, the US earthquake agency USGS even with 7.

The Bayrakli district in Izmir was particularly hard hit. Around 2,000 tents were erected as emergency shelters, according to the environment and city minister Murat Kurum. He also announced financial support for the earthquake victims on Monday. There was severe damage to 58 buildings, and almost 400 buildings were slightly damaged, Kurum said. At least four buildings had completely collapsed due to the earthquake, according to the provincial governor. The demolition of heavily damaged buildings continued on Monday.

According to the opposition MP Seyit Torun, experts had found defects in three of the buildings that had now collapsed years ago. He accused the authorities of inaction, Minister Kurum rejected the allegations. Anadolu reported Monday that nine people had been arrested – including contractors and people in charge of technical controls on buildings that were destroyed or damaged. Two more people are being sought.

There are several fault lines in Turkey. The country is repeatedly shaken by severe earthquakes. As recently as January, more than 40 people were killed in two earthquakes in the eastern Turkish cities of Elazig and Malatya. One of the deadliest was the 1999 quake near the metropolis of Istanbul. More than 17,000 people were killed at that time. Experts expect another strong earthquake in Istanbul.

There was an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.7 on the Swabian Alb in Baden-Württemberg. It should also have been felt in Stuttgart.

In the Swabian Alb there was a light but noticeable earthquake early Tuesday morning. The center of the quake with a magnitude of 3.7 was west of Burladingen (Zollernalbkreis), as the Southwest earthquake service announced. The quake is said to have been noticeable in Stuttgart for several seconds, as Twitter users reported occasionally. However, it should not have been so strong that residents were woken up from their sleep. That is what it should have been like in Tübingen.

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The tremors at 0.25 a.m. were probably felt within a radius of 30 kilometers. The situation center of the Ministry of the Interior in Baden-Württemberg reported several worried calls from the region. A crack in a street was also reported. However, according to initial findings, there was no major damage or even injuries. There are always minor tremors in the area.

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Izmir (dpa) – Five days after the devastating earthquake in Izmir, Turkey, emergency services have finished the rescue work. "The search and rescue teams have completed their work", announced the chairman of the Turkish disaster control authority Afad, Mehmet Güllüoglu, via Twitter.

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Environment and City Minister Murat Kurum said the number of deaths was now 114. "Our pain is very great. God willing we will all heal the wounds of our brothers and sisters in Izmir in solidarity with one another."

Emergency services rescued 107 people and 6600 people are currently in tents, said Kurum. In the severe earthquake on Friday afternoon in the Aegean Sea, parts of western Turkey and Greece were shaken. More than 1,000 people were injured, according to Kurum. On the Greek island of Samos, two young people were killed by the rubble of a collapsing wall.

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According to the authorities, the center of the quake was in the sea off the Turkish province of Izmir. The Turkish disaster authority gave the strength of 6.6, the US earthquake authority USGS even 7. Both on Samos and on the Turkish west coast, the water overflowed in a tsunami after the quake, which experts classified as moderate.

There are several fault lines in Turkey and the country is repeatedly shaken by severe earthquakes. As recently as January, more than 40 people were killed in two earthquakes in the eastern Turkish cities of Elazig and Malatya. The metropolis of Istanbul is also at great risk of earthquakes.

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