Rescuers of Kyrgyzstan rescued a woman who spent a week under the rubble

Federal News Agency |  Vladimir Tulin
Federal News Agency | Vladimir Tulin

On Monday, specialists from the Kyrgyz Ministry of Emergency Situations rescued a woman in Turkey who unwittingly settled under the rubble for a whole week, reported RIA News. According to the press service, rescuers pulled a 38-year-old woman, Hadiche Ahar, from a collapsed house in the Khairillo microdistrict of the city of Kahramanmarash.

During the search for survivors, more than a hundred bodies of the dead were found. Akhar is the fifth man to be rescued. The earthquake occurred on February 6 in the southeast of Turkey. Its magnitude is 7.7 points.

According to the President of Turkey Tayyip Erdogan, this earthquake is declared a record for a long period of time since 1939. In the afternoon of the same day, another earthquake occurred, its magnitude was 7.6 points. In this regard, the death toll in Turkey, according to the latest data, has reached almost 31,643 people.

A similar situation with earthquakes occurred in Syria. According to the latest WHO data, the death toll reaches 8.5 thousand people.


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