Rescue video reveals the moment a woman buried alive under rubble for 17 hours is saved following the 6.6 magnitude earthquake which hit Turkey and Greece
- A Turkish woman has been rescued alive after being trapped under rubble for 17 hours following a 6.6 magnitude earthquake that hit Turkey and Greece yesterday.
- Hulya Ozmet, later identified by the Anadolu News Agency, was rescued after the earthquake killed at least 27 people and injured around 800 people, The Guardian reported.
- The earthquake's epicenter was in the Aegean Sea at 2.51 p.m. local time, 11 miles from Turkey's coastal city of İzmir in the Seferihisar district and at a depth of 10 miles, according to AFAD.
A Turkish woman has been rescued alive after being trapped under rubble for 17 hours following a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit Turkey and Greece yesterday.
A Tweet posted by AFAD, the country's disaster and emergency management agency was captioned: "One of our citizens was rescued from the debris in İzmir. Our search and rescue efforts continue uninterruptedly."
—A F A D (@AFADBaskanlik) October 31, 2020Hulya Ozmet, later identified by the Anadolu News Agency, was rescued after the earthquake killed at least 27 people and injured around 800 more, The Guardian reported.
A small tsunami was also triggered elsewhere in Seferihisar and on the Greek island of Samos, with residents told to avoid coastal areas by Eftyhmios Lekkas, President of Greece's Earthquake Planning and Protection Organization, Reuters reported.Insider previously reported that Turkey is particularly earthquake-prone since several fault lines cross over it and added that over 17,000 people were killed in a 7.6-magnitude earthquake in İzmit in August 1999.
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