Seven Survivors among the rubble after 7 days of the Turkish Tremble…

Eight days after the deadliest earthquake in the World recent history, local media claimed that at least seven people were pulled from the rubble of earthquake-hit districts of Turkey on Tuesday.

According to CNN Turk, it featured a woman who was freed from building rubble in the southern Turkish province of Hatay by Ukrainian rescuers. Muhammed Cafer, 18, was found alive in the wreckage of a building in southern Turkey earlier on Tuesday,

some 198 hours after last Monday’s earthquake, according to CNN Turk. Broadcasters showed rescuers transporting Cafer to an ambulance from the scene of the fallen building in Adiyman province as he was strapped to a stretcher, wearing an oxygen mask,

and had an IV bag in her hand. As he was dragged away, Cafer could be seen moving his fingers. In the nearby province of Kahramanmaras, rescuers had just moments

before managed to extricate two brothers alive from the rubble of an apartment building. They were identified as Muhammed Enes Yeninar, 17, and his brother Baki Yeninar, 21, who was rescued after him,

by the state-run Anadolu news agency.

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