Girl and her mother rescued 44 hours after the earthquake in Türkiye | News

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Rescuers managed to pull a woman and her two-year-old daughter alive from the rubble of a destroyed building on Wednesday, some 44 hours after last Monday's devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake registered in Türkiye.


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The woman identified as 33-year-old Imed Sabha and her two-year-old daughter Vafe Sabha were trapped by the rubble of the collapsing building in the Mustafa Kemal district of the southern city of Kahramanmaras. from Turkiye.

The rescuers told local media that they heard screams for help when they were walking through the streets of the Mustafa Kemal district, so they proceeded to the rescue.

The girl and her mother were taken to a nearby hospital in the city of Kahramanmaras for treatment.

So far, more than 8,500 people have been rescued alive, according to figures offered this Wednesday by the Türkiye State Emergency and Disaster Management Authority (AFAD), which recorded more than 7,100 deaths and more than 40,900 injuries as a result of the earthquakes.

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