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Five-year-old buried under rubble for 52 hours rescued in southeast Turkey — newspaper

The girl was pulled out by rescuers

ANKARA, February 8. /TASS/. A five-year-old child was pulled from the rubble in southeastern Turkey’s Hatay province on Wednesday, 52 hours after the devastating earthquake that hit the region, the Sabah newspaper reported.

The girl was pulled out by rescuers. She is reportedly uninjured after a house collapsed around her. She was carried out on a stretcher to an ambulance and then taken to the nearest hospital.

A one-year-old child was also rescued from the ruins in southeastern Turkey’s Hatay province on Wednesday night, 36 hours after the initial earthquake, TRT TV reported.

The boy, named Ali Aras, was pulled out by rescue crews. He is said to not have sustained any injuries as a result of a house that collapsed.

A 10-year-old child was saved from the rubble in the neighboring Adiyaman province on Wednesday, 47 hours after the quake, TRT TV reported.

The girl was pulled out by rescue teams. Her father tearfully reunited with his daughter. After being under the rubble for so long, the child was exhausted, and the girl is being examined by doctors.

A magnitude 7.7 earthquake hit Turkey’s Kahramanmaras province on Monday. The tremors, followed by hundreds of aftershocks, were felt in 10 provinces of the country and neighboring states, including Syria. More than 7,100 people have died in Turkey, according to the latest figures.