People found in turkey earthquake ;A 17-year-old girl was hail as a “miracle girl” . When she was pull alive from the rubble 248 hours after a deadly earthquake struck southern Turkey. As rescue efforts recover 10 days after the disaster.
More than 42,000 people died in Turkey and neighboring Syria in the strong 7.8-magnitude earthquake on February 6, authorities said. Efforts to retrieve survivors have been hamper. By a cold winter in the quake-hit areas as authorities grapple with the logistical challenges of transporting aid to northwest Syria amid an acute humanitarian crisis and years of political conflict.
Earlier on Thursday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced. That he would request one billion dollars in aid over three months to alleviate the earthquakes in Turkey. It comes two days after the UN launched an emergency appeal for $397 million in earthquake aid for Syria. Also covering a three-month period, as humanitarian agencies raise the need for psychological. Mental health services in the affected areas.
A crew from Turkish state news channel TRT Haber visited teenager Aleyna Ölmez in hospital after the rescue operation and spoke with her, her doctors and family members. Speaking from her hospital bed, TRT Haber’s cameras showed Aleyna’s eyes open, her body covered up to her neck and tubes inserted for oxygen.
Alyena was taken directly to the department of Kahramanmaraş Sutcu Imam University after Thursday’s rescue operations.
People found in turkey earthquake; In the video footage, Aleyna’s aunt and grandmother can be seen at her bedside. Touching her face and kissing her hand. When a TRT Haber reporter approached Aleyna with a microphone. Asked how she was feeling, Aleyna shook her head and smiled. Aleyna’s doctor, Professor Dilber, said he was very surprise by Aleyna’s good health and told TRT Haber: She couldn’t do it. he ate nothing and drank nothing all the time (when he was under the ruins), but he was still in good condition.
Dr. Dilber added, “since she couldn’t move at all under the rubble, you could say that her immobility protect Aleyna a bit and she need energy and she was able to hold on during that time, but I don’t think we can explain that Around that time , when Aleyna was take to the hospital, she was already conscious and talking to the doctors. “We did the necessary interventions. They took a physical exam and took a blood sample. She was in very good condition,” said Dr. Dilber with TRT Haber.
“There was no hypothermia. Blood tests also showed very good kidney function. Muscle enzymes were not very high. Fluid therapy was start immediately. After the fluid therapy, Aleyna still spoke to us very well,” he added. a long and exhausting effort.
“First we held his hand, then we took him out. He is in very good condition, can communicate. I hope we continue to hear good news about her,” Atlas said of the moment Aleyna was find.
TRT Haber later reported that Aleyna was flow to the Turkish capital, Ankara.
Another quake survivor defiy predictions that her survival time was up earlier this week when a 77-year-old woman was pull alive from the rubble in the city of Adiyaman on Tuesday, some 212 hours after the quake, Anadolu reported.